What has AR been up to this week? Advances in spatial computing and AR glasses, augmented Espace Rooms in your backyard and Tesla taking on AR to name a few.
Visitors of the city tour featuring quintessential Helsinki bars&cafés got to experience real movie magic when classic Aki Kaurismäki movie scenes came to life in their original locations with the help of augmented reality.
What is new in the ever-progressing and evolving world of AR? This week we have 3D printing and the military augmented as well as virtual touch braking into new frontiers. And that isn't even nearly all this week!
What has AR taken on as of late? Guiding the blind, helping the homeless and helping you never take a wrong turn ever again. These to name a few, read on for more.
What has AR helped make easier this week? Landscaping is one, learning to read is another as well as Election Day results! What else? Read on for the latest in the ever-evolving and progressing world of AR.
What is new in the ever-evolving and progressing world of AR? This week features the newest advances in AR mobile games, a new location-based game that will take the world by storm, as well as tech advances giving us a exciting sense of what is ahead.
What is new in the ever-evolving and progressing world of AR? Among other, this week features advances in AR and in VR, bringing the virtual and the real a few steps closer by both touch and smell.
Arilyn was chosen to bring Augmented Reality to Huawei's “Who is Huawei” event. The event was aimed at exhibiting the company's past, present and future to the international press. Arilyn was featured heavily in all aspects of the event, beginning with the initial invitation, sent to 80 specially-selected journalists.
What is new in the ever-evolving and progressing world of AR? This week in AR features advances in the medical field, a new exciting smartphone concept and augmented disaster relief!
What is new in the ever-evolving and progressing world of AR? This week in AR features big announcements when it comes to the future of smart cars, AR VR experiences and collaborative work. We also finally see the first AR glasses that look like something to be worn in everyday life.