The line between augmented and virtual reality is crumbling.
Are books an interim technology on the way to VR? Will, as Douglas Copeland suggests, VR make them obsolete?
When you think of high-tech industries, construction probably isn’t at the top of your list. Medicine, maybe, or even manufacturing. But technology is coming to job sites in a big, business-changing way.
Last year we looked at the trends in research that we hoped to see trickle down into consumer software. This year we’re focusing on the past instead of the future, which we find is much easier to predict.
The era of augmented reality is upon us. Headsets are improving dramatically, iOS and Android are both embarking on their own versions of the technology, and dancing hotdogs are [immortalized in “art”—sorry, go back. Dancing hotdogs? Is this the best AR has to offer?