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New VR & AR research lab extends Bristol’s tech ambitions

A new facility dedicated to the research and development of virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) has officially opened in Bristol. The Bristol VR...

Atheer brings enterprise AR platform to Toshiba smart glasses

Owners of Toshiba’s recently-announced smart glasses will soon be able to use them with an enterprise-grade augmented reality (AR) platform from Atheer. Toshiba’s Client...

AR-enabled industrial wearables: the next growth market?

The latest investments in augmented reality (AR) platform company Upskill reveal that the concept of using AR to train and assist factory workers is...

Edgybees: How a drone games company started saving lives

Malek Murison explains how a drone-racing startup has been using its technology to help first responders in disaster zones. Edgybees first arrived on the scene...

Reuters’ AR & VR visions revealed

Augmented reality (AR) and new visual interfaces will have a major role to play in the IoT, says a new report from Reuters. So...

20 VR and AR projects given up to £20,000 each by...

Twenty virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and mixed reality (MR) projects have been given up to £20,000 of funding by CreativeXR, a programme...

Apple AR headset one step closer thanks to Vrvana acquisition

In the clearest sign yet that Apple is developing augmented reality hardware, the company has purchased Canadian AR start-up Vrvana. While Apple has remained tight-lipped...

DroneBase unveils augmented reality platform for UAV pilots

The DroneBase AirCraft platform allows pilots to build structures in the sky with GPS-based augmented reality. It's expected to be used for pilot training, among...

Hirotec slams the (car) door on factory downtime

It’s no secret that factory downtime – due to machinery failure, for example – is extremely costly. In the UK alone, it could be...

Alibaba showcases vision of ‘retail store of the future’

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba shows off a new, IoT-enabled  furniture store in Hangzhou and announces a new $15 billion R&D program.  When it comes to...

Why manufacturers should welcome the age of augmented reality

In a contributed article for Internet of Business, co-authors JP Provencher of PTC and Michael Chang of Factora dig down into how augmented reality could make vital factory work faster,...

IoB Insiders: Time to contemplate the end of the smartphone?

IoB Insiders Rob Bamforth, analyst at Quocirca, asks: Is it time to contemplate the end of the smartphone era and if so, what will its replacement...
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