Weekest Links – Late July

July 21, 2014

Head in the clouds, Got no weight on my shoulders

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Image courtesy of Brainberry Global

 

Metaio | Junaio Recap

‘Bunnies in Newspapers,’ and Augmented Reality’s Functional Future – with Trak Lord of Metaio (Podcast #52) [Techmergence]

It’s all an illusion: How augmented reality is changing the future of retail [Retail Dive]

Doing Magic with Augmented Reality . . . for real! [Augmented Blog]

Introducing the Fabulous Frogs App: Splendid and Native [AR at Mimas]

InsideAR Tokyo, a Closer Look at the Latest Innovation in Augmented Reality [Japan Technology Information]

InsideAR Tokyo 2014 Rundown – Part 2 – The Conference [Brainberry Global]

InsideAR Tokyo 2014 Rundown – Part 1 – The Technology [Brainberry Global]

Could smartwatches finally make augmented reality attractive? [PocketNow]

SfAMA Panel Discussion – Print & Digital Unite [sfAMA]

Augmented Reality News

How Google Glass Might Be Used In Education [OpenColleges]

Why This Augmented Reality Tech Is Worth Supporting [Tech Insider]

Microsoft Patent Reveals Additional Plans For Augmented Reality [Ubergizmo]

Animin to hit UK retail this November [ToyNews]

New Lacoste app allows shoppers to ‘try on’ trainers using Augmented Reality [Retail Times]

SEGA and MJD Interactive bringing Alien: Isolation augmented reality game to San Diego Comic Con [SEGA Bits]

Augmented Realty Used on Buses at the Commonwealth Games [Go-Mash]

Microsoft Patents Google Glass Augmented Reality Headset [Know Your Mobile]

Immersive Infections [TechCrunch]

BAE Striker II ‘Iron Man’ Helmet Is The Future Of Flying [Huffington Post UK]

Former Valve VR contractor thinks the technology is bad news: Is VR too anti-social? [Tech Times]

HattrickWear: Creatively designed Augmented Reality Wear that’s more powerful than Google Glass but costs only 10% of its price! [Design You Trust]

Grow Financial Brings Augmented Reality to Tampa Bay [Broadway World] Augmented reality facilitates field maintenance [EE Times Europe]

World Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality Industry 2018: by Technology Types, Sensors (Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Haptics), Components (Camera, Controller, Gloves, HMD) [WhaTech]

Pushing the limits of augmented reality books [Kidscreen News]

Microsoft Lagging Behind Rivals In Virtual Reality Technology [Load The Game]

Kagiso Interactive Best Mobile Developers explain Augmented Reality Apps [WhaTech]

Digital Retail Innovations – IKEA Augmented Reality App [YouTube]

Modern Polaxis is an eye-popping Augmented Reality comic [Stuff]

Beacons and augmented reality: Retail’s future [CNBC]

Google’s Smart Contact Lenses Are Going to Become a Real Thing [Gizmodo]

Comic book collides with augmented reality to tell a twisted sci-fi story [CNET]

Former Valve Contractor Explains Why Virtual Reality is “Bad News” [PlayStationLifeStyle]

Augmented Reality May Be Turned On Its Head With New Holographic Optic Tech[Mobile Commerce Press]

Jaguar Concept Windshield Shows Off Augmented Reality in the Car [Mashable]

Business Schools Buy Into Oculus VR To Make Virtual Visits A Reality [Business Because]

Japan’s Glico lets snackers turn their empty boxes into augmented reality sets for Doraemon! [RocketNews24]

Upcoming Events

DLDwomen 14 – Augmented Reality Workshop & Best Practice [Information Here]

Pick of the Week

It seems like everyone has been trying to get into the Augmented Reality wearable tech game. Just today Microsoft filed some patents for its own pair of AR glasses. With major players such as Sony, Facebook, Epson, Valve, and of course Google already developing platforms for Alternative Reality, this recent announcement shows just how close the future is to an always on, always augmented world. For more information about the Microsoft patents, check out this website and here is the full patent.

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Metaio Presents Augmented Reality for Smart Watches

July 9, 2014

Metaio is announcing the first ever object recognition solution for smart watches today. We are releasing a video that demonstrates a computer vision-based health & lifestyle app for wearable devices implemented using Metaio technology as well as a solution for retail to quickly scan products to purchase and request delivery to your home.

SmartWatch_1Smart watch manufacturers are still struggling to find the balance between simplicity and functionality. By adding computer visual recognition functionality, the goal of fast and effective interaction with a smart watch is achieved. Utilizing the camera of a smart watch, users snap an image which a companion smartphone then checks for matches using Metaio visual search technology. When a match is found, data is returned to the user in the form of glanceable information on the watch, or rich, interactive data on the smartphone.

“When we gave phones and glasses the ability to see the world around them, it opened up huge opportunities for all kinds of mobile apps”, said Metaio CEO, Dr. Thomas Alt. “We can see that smart watches are going be a huge part of the mobile computing revolution, so we wanted to make sure that we could bring the power of computer vision and augmented reality to this form factor.”

SmartWatch_3There exist millions of objects in our environment that can be scanned by a smart device, but it is not always convenient for users to be constantly removing their smart phones from pockets or purses. Placing object recognition capabilities on the wrist allows for convenient access to visual search and augmented reality applications that already exist today.

Metaio presents a video showing a working demo of a health & lifestyle application. Rather than entering nutritional information manually; users simply scan the food package from the wrist, which automatically populates a daily nutrition diary on a companion device. The video also illustrates smart watches being used in retail to quickly scan products to purchase and request delivery to the home.

According to Metaio the technology can be implemented on existing smart watches currently on the market and will be running a live demo of the application at the upcoming InsideAR Munich conference,  on October 29th and 30th, 2014.

Read the interview with Thomas Alt on TechCrunch: “Metaio CEO Thomas Alt Discusses Augmented Reality For Smartwatches, Google Glass And More”

 


Weekest Links – Early July

July 7, 2014

Did you augmented your 4th with some fiARworks?

Augmented Reality in the Age of Wearables

Mr. Scully speaking on a panel of experts about the future of augmented reality.

Metaio | Junaio Recap

AR Toys Competition Jury Member #4: Introducing Pati Keilwerth [Augmented Blog]

Augmented Reality Makes Us More Human, Not Less [Tom's Guide]

Augmented Reality Made Easy – Webinar [PaperSpecs]

Augmented Reality News

Holographic optic could revolutionise augmented reality (and even works in 3D) [Stuff]

Head-up Displays: Technologies and Global Markets [Digital Journal]

The Top 5 Most Useful Augmented Reality Apps [Bidness Etc]

Oculus suspends Rift sales in China after “extreme” reselling [Vizworld]

Speck Design Collaborates with Google on Project Tango Tablet [MarketWatch]

Google’s Project Tango Could Define The Future of Augmented Reality [Benzinga]

R Security Uses Augmented Reality Video and Click to Call Through Engage Mobility to Promote Residential Protect America Security [MarketWatch]

K-Glass to be unveiled in 2015 [The Korea Herald]

Shining a light on the past: ‘Virtual Reality’ torch project missing fragments on to ancient treasures, restoring them to their former glory [Daily Mail Online]

Mobility’s Promise [Energy Biz]

Drakerz-Confrontation augmented-reality card game launches in the U.S. [VentureBeat]

Google Glass’s Thad Starner Wears the Future [IEEE Spectrum]

Enriching the User Experience with Augmented Reality Technology [Strawberry Hill]

Please DO Touch the Dinosaurs at the Natural History Museum [Smithsonian.com]

Scottish government uses augmented reality in campaign against second-hand smoke [The Drum]

FDA clearance for augmented reality device lets surgeons see each critical step before they make it [MedCity News]

Upcoming Events

Webinar – Metaio Creative: Interactive AR [Sign Up Here]

InsideAR Tokyo – July 8th [Program Info]

Wearable Technologies Conference, July 8th – 9th [Register Here]

Pick of the Week

A major difference between augmented reality and virtual reality is that augmented reality inherently has you interact with the real world while virtual reality seeks to immerse you in an entirely different reality. A panel about augmented reality and wearable computing at New York’s CE Week 2014 explored some arguments for (and against) a future embracing augmented reality. Check out the panel session below and be sure to read the article Augmented Reality Makes Us More Human, Not Less for more information.


Weekest Links – Beginning of July

June 30, 2014

Germany plays today with strong hopes of advancing to the quarter finals. Will Algeria come with a surprise upset? 

Will the US bring a win to the table against Belgium and advance to the quarter finals for the first time since 2002?

Welcome to the Holodeck!

Welcome to the Holodeck!

Metaio | Junaio Recap

2014 InsideAR Tokyo: Professor Kirokazu Kato “The Father of Augmented Reality” will join us! [Augmented Blog]

So long, and thanks for all the Augmented Reality. [Augmented Blog]

Last reminder AR Toys Competition & a new jury member [Augmented Blog]

Hey WNY – Your Craft Beer is Near! [Digital Delta Design]

Augmented Baseball – Bringing Legends to Life [Augmented Blog]

You are now free to move about the ‘holodeck’: Metaio gives virtual reality legs [VentureBeat]

Metaio R&D Lab Releases 6D Augmented Reality Holodeck Technology to Developers [Augmented Blog]

Metaio Unveils 6D Augmented Reality Holodeck To Developers [Ubergizmo]

Augmented Reality News

Augmented realty glasses patented by Lenovo [Mobile Commerce News]

UK cinemas promptly ban Google Glass over ‘piracy’ fears [the Inquirer]

What’s The Point of Wearable Technology [Mobile Commerce Press]

Kickstarter Campaign to Bring Learning to Life on Mobile Devices Using Augmented Reality [Consumer Electronics Net]

Augmented Reality transforms logistic process [HumanIPO]

Google I/O: Project Tango LG Tablet Coming To Consumers In 2015 [Forbes]

Venture Architecture Biennale: Australia gets augmented [The Sydney Morning Herald]

Zombie Gunship Reality Set To Grace Project Tango Hardware [mxdwn.com]

Virtual Reality Is A ‘Game Changer’ For Overseas Real Estate Industry [Opp Connect]

The Military Is About to Get New Spy Glasses [Defense One]

Google Glass is taking off more rapidly in mobile health [Mobile Commerce News]

Intel’s New Laptop Can Read Your Emotions, Make Everything 3D [Betabeat]

Using A 3-D Version Of Rodin’s Hands To Understand Anatomy [ideastream]

How VR and Augmented Reality Are Transforming the Workplace [Business 2 Community]

Augmented Reality – The Next Big Thing In Digital Marketing [Verify Recruitment]

Epson Moverio BT-200 Review: Smashing Glass [SlashGear]

Upcoming Events

Webinar: Thermal Touch [Register Here]

InsideAR Tokyo, July 8 [Register Here]

Wearable Technologies Conference 2014, July 8 – 9  [Register Here]

Pick of the Week

Have you been in a Holodeck before? This futuristic virtual reality room comes closer to realization every day with advancing technology such as the Metaio 6D Augmented Reality Experience. Welcome to the Holodeck!


Weekest Links – Mid June

June 9, 2014

When I met you in the summer, to my heARtbeat sound

A rendering of Amazon's new phone - Courtesy of BGR

A rendering of Amazon’s new phone – Courtesy of BGR

Metaio | Junaio Recap

Festo and the Bionic Learning Network [Augmented Blog]

Metaio at the Augmented World Expo 2014 [Augmented Blog]

Thermal Touch: The Future of Wearable User Interfaces [Augmented Blog]

Metaio’s Thermal Touchscreen [Stylus]

AR prototype uses infrared cameras and thermal imprints [Electronics Weekly]

Augmented Reality News

Link’spiration June 9th – Augmented Reality [Allen Communication Blog]

Augmented Reality Car Dashboards [CarTrade]

3D display could make Google Glass easier on the eyes [Gizmag]

Take A Tour Of Meta, The Company That Wants The World To Be Like An ‘Iron Man’ Movie [Business Insider]

Valve shows off their own VR headset [Decrypted Tech]

Amazon’s new phone is a shopping powerhouse with 3D browsing, augmented reality, and indoor GPS [VentureBeat]

Google’s secretive 3D-mapping project now has a tablet: here it is [Engadget]

Virtual reality training for rescuers may save your life in a crisis [Engadget]

An Alternate (Augmented) Reality [Second Story]

Stereovision and augmented reality for closed-loop control of grasping in hand prostheses [IOP Science]

Augmented Reality – Revolutionizing Medicine and Healthcare [WhaTech]

Augmented Reality Device Can Prevent Eye Strain [Mobile Commerce Press]

Upcoming Events

Webinar: Metaio and the Vuzix M-100 [Register Here]

InsideAR Tokyo, July, 9th [Register Here]

Pick of the Week

With a massive amount of hype behind it, Amazon’s latest launch event has a lot of people speculating about the new device they plan on unveiling. Most signs point a new phone. You can register to go to the launch event (today is the last day!) next week on the 18th in Seattle and check out the video below and let us know what you think.


Weekest Links – Beginning of June

June 2, 2014

I’m sooo fancy.

Auggie Award

The Metaio team wins the Auggie Award for Best AR Campaign at AWE 2014

Metaio | Junaio Recap

Thomas Alt (CEO, Metaio) Big Visions for the Interactive World – at AWE 2014:

Metaio’s Thermal Touch is an augmented reality interface designed for the future of wearable displays [psfk]

Thermal Touch, The AR Prototype, Will Fill Up The Google Glass Experience! [Load The Game]

Augmented Reality Assists in Medical Learning [Augmented Blog]

USC Annenberg Professor Robert Hernandez Will Be Speaking at AWE 2014 [Junaio Blog]

Thermal Touch can turn any surface into a tablet [Geek.com]

Metaio’s ‘Thermal Touch’ Technology Turns Everything Into A Touchscreen [Digital Trends]

‘Thermal Touch’ Tech Turns Any Surface Into a Touch Screen [PC Magazine]

Metaio unveils thermal imaging R&D for future use in wearable augmented reality headsets [Augmented Blog]

With ‘Thermal Touch’ tech, the world is your touchscreen [VentureBeat]

Metaio’s Thermal Touch And The Future Of Augmented Reality User Interfaces [TechCrunch]

Metaio unveils Thermal Touch technology for making user interfaces out of thin air [Gigaom]

Metaio is combining infrared and augmented reality technology to turn any surface into a touchscreen [TheNextWeb]

Metaio Thermal Touch uses hot fingers to make anything AR [SlashGear]

Smartglass interface turns any surface into a touchscreen using AR and fingertip heat [Engadget]

New Thermal Technology Turns the Entire World into a Touchscreen [Gizmodo]

InsideAR Goes Global: Metaio to Host Augmented Reality Conferences in Munich, Tokyo and Beijing [Augmented Blog]

Google Acquires Augmented Reality Translation Company Quest Visual [Augmented Blog]

Augmented Reality News

Leap Motion’s Gesture Control Finds Niche Uses In Medicine, Art and Augmented Reality [Singularity HUD]

Futuristic Helmets Use Smart Glasses, Augmented Reality [Discovery News]

Google Glasses Could Ding Big Retails Sears, JC Penny and More [The Street]

Forget vacuum cleaners, Dyson prototyped a Google Glass-like AR headset [TheNextWeb]

This augmented reality motorcycle helmet could save your life [Engadget]

Hands on with Meta Pro, the futuristic augmented reality glasses [The Sydney Morning Herald]

Sight for sore eyes: Augmented reality without the discomfort [Space Daily]

How augmented reality wants to help you shop [Network World]

Augmented reality: Where’s the venture capital? [VentureBeat]

Augmented Reality Moves to the Enterprise [Mobile Enterprise]

Google glass for war: The US Military funded smart helmet that can beam information to soldiers on the battlefield [DailyMail.co.uk]

Could augmented reality save the traditional wristwatch? [BBC News]

Upcoming Events

Webinar: Metaio Suite Introduction [Register Here]

InsideAR Tokyo [Register Here]

Pick of the Week

There’s been plenty of press around Metaio’s latest ‘Thermal Touch’ prototype. Anyone who visited the Metaio booth at AWE 2014 got to see it in action. If you were unable to attend AWE 2014 and want to learn more, be sure to look for the prototype at future Metaio events (such as insideAR), check out the articles above, and the video below.


Metaio unveils thermal imaging R&D for future use in wearable augmented reality headsets

May 23, 2014

Yesterday we announced a very new technology, a never-before-seen user interface that combines thermal imaging with augmented reality. We prepared a video illustrating potential applications of  Thermal Touch interface along with current examples of the working prototype.

“Everyone is talking about wearable computing eyewear like Google Glass,” said Metaio CTO Peter Meier, “but no one is talking about the best way to actually use those devices. We need natural, convenient interface to navigate the technology of tomorrow, and that’s why we developed ‘Thermal Touch’.”

Consisting of an infrared and standard camera working in tandem and running on a tablet PC, the prototype registers the heat signature left by a person’s finger when touching a surface. Metaio’s AR software then supplements the experience with AR and computer vision to allow the user to interact with digital content in all-new tactile way.

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Turn your world into a touchscreen!

The best graphic user interface (GUI) for wearable headsets has yet to be determined – device makers have so far experimented with voice navigation, companion devices and even projection, but in order for consumers to adopt new technology on a massive level it needs to be convenient and, above all, accessible in countless scenarios.

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Thermal Touch: Read a magazine and directly interact with the real objects in a virtual world.

With “Thermal Touch”, a wearable headset user could turn any surface into a touch-screen: Imagine pushing directions to your device simply by touching a static map in a shopping mall, building complex or airport; children could bring play to new levels and launch digital content directly from their toys; design professionals could visualize their digital and 3-D creations on their real world counterparts; and service technicians could pull up information just by touching an object in real life.

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Thermal Touch: An endless variety of possibilities.

“Thermal Touch” is a prototype and far from everyday usability. Metaio released the demo to educate the community on the possibilities of computer vision. It is likely that in 5-10 years infrared cameras may join a multitude of advanced sensors being integrated into devices everyday, including the wearable augmented reality headsets of the near future.

We will display the “Thermal Touch” prototype at the 2014 Augmented World Expo in Santa Clara, May 27-29. Though “Thermal Touch” may be 5 years away from reality, attendees to AWE will nonetheless get the chance to see the latest automotive, consumer and enterprise AR apps that are driving innovation and value in 2014. To learn more about Augmented World Expo, visit the AWE website and in case you haven’t registered yet, we are offering a 200.00 discount with code METAIO4AWE at registration.

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Get your tickets now!

 

The Thermal Touch prototype will be also presented at 2014 InsideAR -the Augmented Reality conference - in Tokyo (8th of July), Beijing (5th of September) and at InsideAR Munich 29th/30th of October). Wearable eyewear and other technologies will be the focus of the conference this year, including the latest 3D optics and Augmented Reality applications. See you at InsideAR! You can already register for your tickets now.

 


InsideAR Goes Global: Metaio to Host Augmented Reality Conferences in Munich, Tokyo and Beijing

May 20, 2014

2014 is the year of InsideAR!

We invite the Metaio eco-system and the whole international AR community to join any of our three major AR events held in Germany, Japan and China. The second InsideAR Tokyo will be held July 8, and the first InsideAR Beijing will be held September 5. The 8th Annual InsideAR, the largest InsideAR event in the world, will return to Munich October 29-30.

city-Munich1Wearable eyewear and other technologies will be the focus of the conference this year, including the latest 3D optics and Augmented Reality applications. Attendees will receive insight from the companies on the forefront of the industry- brands and agencies actively working to bring AR to the masses. Last year, companies and Metaio partners like IKEA, Audi AG, Intel, SAP, McDonald’s, Mitsubishi Electric Heating & Cooling USA, Volkswagen, Vuzix, NVIDIA, and Imagination Technologies revealed insight into their research, collaborations and projects in the AR space.

IMG-locations-beijing2As China boasts the world’s most internet and smartphone users and Japan possesses a technology-hungry ever-increasing market, the decision to expand the core InsideAR event to these two countries was an easy one. Creative agencies all over the world are already moving their focus to emerging technology like AR. Both these satellite events will focus on “The Utilization of AR Technology On Wearable Devices”, including enterprise, marketing and maintenance examples.

With more than 800 participants, 45 speakers and more than 400 participating companies InsideAR 2013 in Munich was already an international success. We would like to continue this year and offer exciting keynotes, discussions and workshops to attendees of all three InsideAR conferences as well as extensive exhibitions where recent examples and future technologies can be tested directly.

More information on all three conferences, please visit www.insideAR2014.com.

Tickets are already available at http://www.insidear2014.com/register

For speaker and sponsor information, please contact insideAR@metaio.com

See the video for all the highlights from 2013 InsideAR in Munich!

Read the press release in Chinese

Read the press release in Japanese

 


Metaio and Toywheel Launch Global “AR Toys Competition”

May 12, 2014

The world of children is changing with digital technology

Logo_AR_ToysMetaio and the Berlin-based development studio Toywheel launch the first global augmented reality development competition for toys and children’s games. The six-week competition will focus on the future of children’s entertainment, both in the toys themselves and how children will interact with digital media. Participation is open to both developers and non-developers, designers and even children , teenagers and parents with interesting ideas on the use of AR technology in the space.

The “AR Toys Competition” is open to anyone who wishes to participate, especially those interested in augmented reality and the use of emerging technology. Metaio and Toywheel welcome all ideas, from simple concepts to actual working demonstrations, along with detailed proposals for how the would be applied in real life situations. Ultimately, a panel of AR experts will judge the awards in all categories in order to award the winners.

Augmented Reality attaches digital content through the live camera feed of a smartphone or tablet PC device, enabling the virtual world to fuse with the real world of a child. Metaio has amazing AR technology that allows developers like Toywheel to create immersive and entertaining experiences focusing on engaging and educating young people. The competition will ask specifically for ideas and concepts pertaining to children ages 6-12.

“We are very happy to collaborate with Metaio to host this innovative competition,” said Evgeni Kouris, CEO of Toywheel. “We’ve noticed that with AR apps like our “Toy Car RC” children easily perceive the connection between digital and physical in their natural spirit of curiosity and discovery.”

Our main aim is to show the many uses of the augmented reality technologies in the learning and entertainment of children, and encourage developers and applicants to bring real-world elements like weather, surroundings, locations and more into their games and experiences.

Toywheel's Toy Car RC application for kids is now available!

Toywheel’s Toy Car RC application for kids is now available!

 “Metaio and Toywheel are prioritizing experiences for young people,” said Matthias Greiner, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Metaio. “We’re looking for experiences that bring fun and creativity to digital media and the Augmented  Reality industry.”

The competition is split into two categories: The “AR Toymaker Award” targeted at adults is looking for implementable ideas based on the current state of technology. This award comes with prizes valued at € 25.000 such as support from Metaio and Toywheel bringing the idea to live, Metaio licenses and on top of it an invitation to InsideAR, the world’s leading augmented reality conference, October 29-30 in Munich, Germany. The “AR Junior Award” will be given to the best concept submitted by a child (with the assistance of his or her parents or guide). The child will be awarded an iPad Mini and a full professional license for the Metaio Creator, a drag & drop AR creation tool for non-developers – enabling everyone to easily start creating own “AR Toys”.

Applicants may submit their proposals, ideas and concepts to: http://www.metaio.com/ar-toys-competition/ or http://toywheel.com/ar-toys. The submission ends June 15th, 2014, and is open to the international community.

Have fun creating your ideas!

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Join us for the 2nd edition of InsideAR Tokyo!

March 18, 2014

Hanami celebrations are just about to begin and Japan comes into bloom: Time to get your Early Bird Tickets! 

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For the 2nd time we will host an InsideAR in Tokyo for you (2014, July 8th) and we are now calling for speakers, exhibitors and sponsors!  Join us by giving a keynote or presentation to the ever growing audience of attendees and AR enthusiasts and submit your speaker proposal by visiting our website or via Email to: insidear@metaio.com.

Meet again Dr. Thomas Alt, CEO Metaio, Dr. Irina Gusakova and Matthias Greiner from the Metaio team who will speak about the future of Augmented Reality, the AR Product Lifecycle and use cases for Wearables.  

And here are the topics for 2014 InsideAR Tokyo:

  • The Wearable Computing Forecast
  • The Next Generation of Wearable Experiences
  • Better, Faster, Stronger: Accelerating Hardware for Augmented Reality
  • Optimizing Content for Applications and Development
  • AR Product Lifecycle: from Engineering to Sales
  • Augmented Reality in the Public Sector
  • AR Brings Print & Packaging Alive

For further information on what happened already at 2013 InsideAR, please visit our website: link and order your Early Bird tickets  here.

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