Developers and corporate customers looking for something to get to HoloLens 2 may not have to wait much longer because Microsoft has overcome one of the remaining hurdles required to release their new technology.
Microsoft is not, however. It's not the only technology giant to receive new augmented reality hardware soon, as Samsung announces its latest generation Galaxy Note series, including the Galaxy Note 10+, the one Depth camera for advanced AR apps contains.
During Magic Leap Currently there is no official new hardware for sale. The company celebrated the anniversary of the launch of its flagship Magic Leap One this week. So what better time to try out some of the potentially overlooked spatial computing applications available on the device? And even the little boys are getting ready to launch their own AR hardware when Tilt Five unveiled a timeline for releasing its AR gaming headset this week.
HoloLens 2 goes through the FCC, notes on the upcoming release
We know that the HoloLens 2 will be delivered by Microsoft later this year, is not yet known.
Now a new set of documents on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) website confirms that we probably will not have to wait much longer.
Read on to learn more details from the FCC Submission and learn what this has to do with the upcoming release of HoloLens 2.
REALITY BITES: Snap Snap's parent company announced on Monday that it will offer $ 1 billion of senior convertible bonds to private investment firms. The company announced that it will use the cash to cover investment and operating costs as well as potential acquisitions. Could this mean that, given the company's focus on AR, the acquisition of a smart glass manufacturer is in sight?
Samsung Expands Galaxy Note 10+ by Depth Camera for AR Features
The mobile augmented reality war for supremacy between Apple and Apple rivals from Asia is in full swing. Samsung continued the pattern established on the Galaxy S10 4G smartphone on Wednesday, adding a depth-sensing camera to the new Galaxy Note 10+ that adds some interesting details to the device. Augmented reality super powers.
Samsung introduced both the Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Note 10+ at its standard product line launch event. The Note 10 includes three rear-facing cameras (16MP Ultra Wide, 12MP Wide Angle, and 16MP Ultra Wide) 12MP tele), but the 10+ touch also includes a fourth camera, a VGA sensor called a DepthVision camera, which surrounds the Depth to capture.
Continue reading to learn more about the DepthVision camera and related AR experiences Galaxy Note 10 + …
REALITY BITES: An interesting side note to Samsung's revelation of the new Galaxy Note Series is a strategic partnership with Microsoft to enable a unified computing experience between mobile devices. Suddenly, a Galaxy Note 10+ with 3D scanning capabilities for corporate customers becomes an interesting possible companion to HoloLens 2.
Celebrate the first anniversary of Magic Leap One with some new apps
Whenever the name Magic Leap comes up this inevitably seems to turn to the company's well-known financial backers and money to unicorn level flow into the company. Otherwise, observers usually focus on the company's market strategy and overall outlook.
These are all important discussion points, but with all the analytics and predictions, one thing about Magic Leap One seems to get missed a bit too often: it's actually fun to use!
You may know some of the key titles that prove this fact, some of which require more space to be effective and others that are suitable for very specific use cases. Continue reading to learn more about some of these Magic Leap One apps that you may not have had a chance to try …
REALITY BITES: Rony Abovitz, CEO of Magic Leap, celebrated the launch of Magic Leap One Celebratory Tweet followed by a blog post that summarizes the company's milestones with the headset's Lumin operating system, its published apps, and more. Meanwhile, AT & T will focus on business applications at the next Magic Leap hackathon to be held September 27-29 in Plano, Texas.