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Democratising AR: a visionary business strategy

By Andreas Haizmann, Senior Manager, Product Management TeamViewer.

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The journey to AR is more real than you think

AR has moved from the gaming room to the board of directors and the factory floor, to revolutionise the way we will work within the next five years. By Robert Hoyle Brown, Vice President, Cognizant’s Centre for the Future of Work.

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Augmented and mixed reality: what is it, and where is it going?

XR is a term that has become more prominent in the last few years. It encapsulates virtual, augmented, and mixed reality topics. The definition of each of these has become saturated in the past decade, with companies using their own definitions for each to describe their products. The new IDTechEx Report, “Augmented, Mixed and Virtual Reality 2020-2030”, distils this range of terms and products, compares the technologies used in them, and produces a forecast for the market next decade. This premium article discusses AR (augmented reality) and MR (mixed reality) in more detail.

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AR startup unveiled at Retail Without Borders

London Dynamics, founded by the minds behind IKEA Place, established to enable an ‘AR revolution’ for ecommerce.

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UK’s first augmented reality and street art gallery to open in Birmingham

The UK’s first Augmented Reality (AR) art and street art gallery is to open in the heart of Birmingham’s creative quarter.

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Royal Navy goes virtual

The Royal Navy’s Pac 24 RHIBs are used for search and rescue, transferring stores and people, research and reconnaissance. Several shore establishments operate RHIBs and use them to train and maintain the skill set of sailors who have been selected for the demanding duty of coxswain at sea.

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Leading centre of digital engineering technology integration, the Virtual Engineering Centre (VEC), has developed a cutting-edge mixed reality training tool for Britain’s biggest nuclear waste site, Sellafield, which will ensure the safety of workers in hazardous areas and save the organisation an estimated £20m.
ABI Research’s latest market tracker report pinpoints more than 80 new companies in the AR and VR space all bidding on an immersive future.
Global technology consultancy DataArt predicts continued transformation in the Media and Entertainment space in 2019, with growing mobile consumption, increased demand for direct-to-consumer and OTT (Over-the-Top) offerings, and the rise of user-generated content driving the industry forward.
The Royal Navy’s Pac 24 RHIBs are used for search and rescue, transferring stores and people, research and reconnaissance. Several shore establishments operate RHIBs and use them to train and maintain the skill set of sailors who have been selected for the demanding duty of coxswain at sea.
The partnership will develop the first inventory management system for the industry powered by computer vision with AR.
The high pace of expansion taking place in the global healthcare industry and adoption of advanced technologies is boosting the market for healthcare AR VR devices. The healthcare industry has shown increasing adoption of AR VR technologies and incorporated these in routine operations.
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