NCMA Brings Museum Fashion Exhibit To Life With Virtual Dressing Room Tech

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NCMA Virtual Dressing Room

Virtual Dressing Room technology has many different use cases and applications. One of the more natural use cases for virtual dressing room tech is with museum exhibits.

The North Carolina Museum of Arts recently launched WSS for Kiosks on October 28th, for a 50 Years Of Ebony Fashion Fair exhibit. The exhibit covers 50 ...

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IDC Projects Retail As Largest AR/VR Industry By 2020

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Augmented Reality Virtual Reality Forecasts

IDC recently updated their Worldwide Semiannual Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality Spending Guide to show an increase in forecast revenues of $13.9 Billion in 2017. AR and VR spending is also expected to accelerate over the next few years to a projected $143.3 Billion market by 2020. Wow…

In regards to specific industries that will drive ...

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Top 5 Augmented Reality Developments For 2016

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As this year draws to a close, we wanted share our thoughts on the Top 5 Augmented Reality Developments for 2016. While Virtual Reality has drawn most of the spotlight, there have been some amazing developments in the AR space that are bringing it closer to consumer and enterprise adoption. Though there have been quite a few AR product launches, brand experiences and new startups funded this year, we wanted to isolate our Top 5 list to what we ...

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Delta Airlines Uses Augmented Reality To Unveil New Uniforms

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Delta Airlines Uses Augmented Reality To Unveil New Uniforms

At the recent Runway Reveal event, Delta Airlines used Augmented Reality to unveil their new uniforms. The latest Delta Airline’s uniforms were designed by Zac Posen and featured different collections including new uniforms for customer service agents, airline attendants, ramp agents, and more. The event was held at the ...

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The Evolving Augmented Reality Ecosystem

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Over the last 8 years, we’ve been witnessing a growing and evolving Augmented Reality ecosystem. Image recognition has become more stable, facial recognition more popular through Snapchat and Facebook (MSQRD), and of course Pokemon Go’s arrival on the scene has introduced the majority of consumers to location-based Augmented Reality. However, as Augmented Reality has evolved and become more diverse, it’s also become more complicated to define Augmented Reality technology.

While Virtual Reality is a more straight forward ecosystem and ...

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Apple CEO Favors Augmented Reality Over Virtual Reality

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Apple CEO Favors Augmented Reality Over Virtual Reality

Apple CEO, Tim Cook, recently gave an interview where he explained why he favors Augmented Reality over Virtual Reality. A few of the key quotes from Tim Cook include:

“There’s virtual reality and there’s augmented reality — both of these are ...

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New Zugara Computer Vision And Augmented Reality Engines

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Zugara Computer Vision and Augmented Reality Technology

We’ve updated our website with a section featuring new Zugara computer vision and Augmented Reality engines. Our Technology page lists the latest engines we have available for Gesture Recognition, Facial Recognition and Mobile Augmented Reality and Geolocation functionality.

IVO GESTURE RECOGNITION ENGINE – ...

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Pepsimoji Augmented Reality & Facial Recognition Experience

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Love: From Cave To Keyboard Pepsimoji Facial Recognition and Augmented Reality Display Image Zoom

Pepsi recently launched a Pepsimoji Augmented Reality & Facial Recognition Experience. The Love: From Cave to Keyboard Exhibit, Imagined by Pepsi, explores the evolution of communication through the emotional lens of love – from primitive etchings on earthen walls to illustrative hieroglyphics; icons drawn by ...

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Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality Tech From Movies – Fantasy vs. Reality

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Differences Between Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality

In a recent Economist article on the differences between Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality, they simplified AR and VR down to a film reference: “If virtual reality is “The Matrix”, then Augmented Reality is “Terminator.”  Though this generalization helps with the broader concepts of AR vs. VR, it doesn’t quite help explain all the ...

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Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality Accelerating Evolution Of User Interface Interaction

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Deloitte recently released it’s 2016 Tech Trends Report which had a section devoted to Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and the evolution of user interface design and interaction. The report “identifies eight trends that are likely to disrupt businesses in the next 18-24 months – from blockchain to augmented reality, the Internet of Things, socially responsible applications of technology and ...

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