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AR app to control IoT enabled industrial lighting

AR app to control IoT enabled industrial lighting
A partnership has been set-up between Tridonic, EON Reality to develop an Augmented Reality control and provisioning interface for Tridonic’s IoT enabled industrial lighting solution, net4more. The AR application was demoed at CeBIT as part of Tridonic’s keynote address, ‘Lighting as the backbone for the Internet of Things’.
27th March 2017

AR, MR and VR app to be showcased at Develop3D Live 2017

Theorem Solutions of Tamworth, Staffordshire, UK are excited to be exhibiting as a Gold sponsor at Develop3D Live 2017, stand #VR3 – the Virtual Reality Zone (in the Mead Gallery). Taking place on 28th March 2017 at Warwick Arts Centre, Warwick University, Develop3D Live is the perfect opportunity for us to preview our latest Multi-Device Visualisation Experience Application for:
27th March 2017

AR: the factory of the future and the workbench 2.0

AR: the factory of the future and the workbench 2.0
These days, AR is an indispensable part of the process of digitalisation for companies and researchers alike. Visualising objects in virtual form saves costs, time and effort. This is because AR enables the precise visual and spatial visualisation of invisible characteristics and projects directly in their actual environment. Companies and research facilities in Saxony-Anhalt are working both on and with AR solutions.
21st March 2017


From tracking to dating, AR looks set to become the norm

From tracking to dating, AR looks set to become the norm
When Apple launched the first iPhone back in 2007, controlling industrial machinery and large plants via a touch-screen was unthinkable – in the meantime this has become a matter of course though. It is therefore plain to see, even without virtual reality glasses, that augmented reality, which is becoming more and more common in the private sector, will also become the standard in the professional sector.
13th March 2017

The first augmented driving device launched in the UK

The first augmented driving device launched in the UK
  Navdy, the world’s first augmented driving device that harnesses the power of Augmented Reality (AR) to project information as a transparent image directly in the driver's line of sight, for an all-new driving experience, has now launched in the UK.
9th March 2017

Can virtual reality enable us to predict the future?

Can virtual reality enable us to predict the future?
“Why shouldn’t people be able to teleport wherever they want?” asked Palmer Luckey. Now they can – in virtual reality, thanks to his design of Oculus VR, a high definition virtual reality head-mounted display. They can visit their dream travel destinations or explore completely dreamt up worlds. Using Google’s low-cost Cardboard headsets, a child in Africa can go on a virtual field trip. And Microsoft has just taken it to another level with HoloLens, which provides a mixed reality experience where high definition holograms interact with the real world.
9th March 2017

Biosensors boost the market prospects of VR technologies

Biosensors boost the market prospects of VR technologies
Thanks to the rapid growth of the Virtual Reality (VR) market, substantial private and federal investments is being provided to innovative start-ups, mostly in the areas of video, services and solutions, games and apps. With technological advances and improvements in user experience, VR will become more ubiquitous in industries such as healthcare, automotive, education, manufacturing, retail, design, aerospace and defense and entertainment.
7th March 2017

VR demos of advanced baggage handling technologies

VR demos of advanced baggage handling technologies
The ACI Asia-Pacific General Assembly, held in Doha, Qatar, 10th-12th April 2017, will see BEUMER Group (Stand 5) host live and virtual reality (VR) demonstrations of next-gen baggage handling technologies.
7th March 2017

Augmented Reality holds hope for improvement in education

Augmented Reality has become a field with limitless possibilities. It holds huge promise for improving educational systems across the globe. In the last 2 to 3 years, Augmented Reality (AR) has grown into a technology that is set to revolutionise numerous sectors, most importantly education.
28th February 2017

AR computer program edits colours in realtime

AR computer program edits colours in realtime
AR has once again come into the spotlight since the mobile phone game Pokémon Go attracted more than 75 million fans within the space of a few days. In AR, images or videos of a real scene are enhanced or altered by overlaying the image with computer-generated information. Scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Informatics have now developed a programme that can edit materials and shading/lighting in videos in a very realistic way.
28th February 2017


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