Tweet Head-mounted displays are the killer hardware that augmented reality needs to break free from “magic lens” smartphone technology. SAP TV shows us an industrial application concept at a
Tweet The biggest barrier to true augmented vision is an HMD that can handle all the requirements. I had the oppertunity to experience what Microvision, Vuzix and ORALab/EvoOpticks had
Tweet The augmented world will exist as a shadow to the real one. Rouli from the Augmented Times posted on Friday about the ACME project (Augmented Collaboration in a
Tweet Our great-grandchildren won’t remember a time they couldn’t use telepathy across the ARNet. Just like children today can’t fathom a world without text messaging. Neuroscience researchers at
Tweet With all the buzz about multiple AR news announcements (ARML, Layar 3D, Vuzix contest), Noah Zerkin’s glove/tracking project got lost. Hopefully I can shed some much deserved light
Tweet The Georgia Instituite of Technology will be presenting at ISMAR09 on “Augmenting Aerial Maps with Dynamic Information from Videos.” They have released a video and a website
Tweet Yesterday UgoTrade posted a discussion of Thomas Wrobel’s proposal called, “Everything Everywhere: A proposal for an Augmented Reality Network system based on existing protocols and infrastructure.” If
Tweet If you’ve been reading this blog awhile, you’ll know I have a fascination with brain-machine interfaces. Both Toyota and Honda have developed thought controlled devices and there
Tweet While mind control has more immediate applications for people with disabilities, I also expect it will be a way to control our AR interfaces in the future.
Tweet Coincidentally, after I finished my post yesterday, I had an email in my inbox from a friend with a link to this article from The Daily Galaxy.