Mirage HMD Augmented Reality System

Tweet The HMDs are here! The HMDs are here! Okay, maybe it’s not that exciting, especially when you realize that the Mirage from Arcane Technologies is not a stylish

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Maxcware AR Glasses Project

Tweet A few months ago Staffan Dryselius made a splash on Team Hack-a-Day with his DIY data glasses.  Since then he’s been working with a team to improve his

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The Augmented How-To Guide

Tweet While the narrator voice harkens back to old 50s ‘Technologies of the Future’ videos, the actual content IS actually from the future.  As much as I’d love

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Augmented Reality Year in Review – 2009

Tweet The year 2009 has been an important milestone in the development of augmented reality as an important future technology.  While markers and marketing campaigns captured the early interest

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HMD System at Daimler AG

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

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ISMAR09: Manufacturing Discussion

Tweet ISMAR09 Sympsium & Expo is right around the corner and I’m pleased to announce that I’ll be not only attending ISMAR09, but I will be presenting during the Manufacturing section on

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Around the ARNet

Tweet This past month the specter of augmented reality, which in the past had been mostly research papers and speculation, has slowly been turning into real products.  With

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Will BMW Augmented Reality Glasses Really Work?

Tweet For some reason this augmented reality video from a couple of years ago is making the rounds again on various blogs and even Gizmondo is reporting it

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Pachube

Tweet In all the hubbub about celebrities dying the last few weeks, I somehow missed that Pachube started a blog about their work. Okay.  I really wasn’t distracted

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Immersion’s Cubtile 3D Multitouch Device

Tweet The following video from Immersion R&D shows the manipulation of a 3D object using their Cubtile device.  I’m not particularly keen on the cube because it seems

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