Varjo is launching Reality Cloud, and with it a new type of interaction for the Metaverse: the ability to teleport to another physical world location, which is scanned and distributed in real-time.
Driving a car may be the first introduction to the Metaverse for a lot of people. The combination of technologies being poured into self-driving cars, and their role as a moving media platform puts driving ahead of other contenders.
We are in a time of profound change. And one of those shifts is in the digitization of everything. Augmented/virtual/synthetic realities are markers in a much larger shift: the digitization of the entire human experience.
Apple will reinvent itself. But will it happen in a single "big bang" moment at WWDC, with new devices and a new vision for how computing works? Not so fast.
Everything is being scanned. From avocados to Amsterdam, from your living room to the local park, it has become easier than ever to take 3D snapshots of physical things.
Apple has launched an AR Cloud to allow precise location-based augmented reality experiences. But there’s a caveat: it’s only available in 5 US cities (Miami, LA, San Francisco, Chicago and New York). But at least Apple has put a stake in the ground: they are now officially an
For this week at least, Snapchat is the world’s leading augmented reality (AR) company. They’ve taken top position because they’ve tackled the four pillars of AR. The Snapchat Partner Summit was a rocket ship. It catapulted them from being an ‘app company’ to a full-blown AR platform.
The summer of 2020 will be remembered for a lot of things. Augmented reality probably won’t be one of them. And yet if this was any other time, the hype machine would be clicking into high gear and we’d be hearing about waves of VC investments and reading
The engine sputtered to a stop in the middle of the St. Lawrence River. The current here was fast and the river was wide and there were no obvious places to shelter while we fixed it. My heart sank. It happened after a nearly catastrophic two weeks involving an underwater
Innovative XR designs for privacy can be embedded in the glasses themselves. How these issues play out will give the Multiverse/Metaverse different "flavours" depending whose device you own.