When it comes to augmented reality, companies that are not yet launching new products or apps are focusing on developing the AR technology of the future. But in terms of real products and apps, Magic Leap continues to show what its headset can do. This time around a new app that transports users to the depths of the ocean.
In the meantime, Google seems to have managed to launch Human Capable glass failed with smart glasses of the consumer class. Elsewhere, Facebook and its research partners have made advances in Brain Control Interfaces (BCI) that could revolutionize users' interaction with AR content, and Adobe has built a prototype transparent AR display that was previously only available in Science Gave fiction films.
Magic Leap & # 39; s Undersea app manages to lure users into water worlds
The latest immersive production of Magic Leap Studios debuted on Siggraph on Monday. During this time, the company also released the app to the general public.
It's called Undersea, and its goal is to sink you into a virtual environment in which it looks like your environment has suddenly sunk to the bottom of the ocean.
Continue reading to learn more about what you can expect Undersea and our impressions of its execution …
REALITY BITES: Another Magic Leap Independent Creators Program graduate is preparing to release an AR experience for Magic Leap One. But there's a catch, as developer Preloaded has worked with BBC Studios to develop BBC Earth – Micro Kingdoms: Senses. The app should bring users with insects and other scary things up close. However, partnering with a mainstream media company seems to contradict the program's "independent" focus, right?
Facebook-funded research in real-time news decoder
Who is ready? Future Facebook Augmented Reality Smartglasses Let Your Brain Read? Whether you're ready or not, the technology giant is making progress in the field of Brain Control Interfaces (BCI) by partnering with research funding.
Read on to learn more about the progress of Facebook and its research partners in BCI and how close the technology is to commercialization …
REALITY BITES: Oculus, a Facebook subsidiary, will host its annual developer conference Oculus Connect 6 at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center on Sept.. 25-26. Among the AR topics: bridge between the virtual and the real world with AR, career-related curriculum for the AR / VR developers of tomorrow, technological topics: how AR + VR connects us with the world and women in AR / VR research.
Continue with Norm Glasses, a better-looking, less scary Google lens
What if Google Glass 2013 did not come on the market as a Star Trek Borg-like eyepiece, but as a pair of seemingly normal eyewear with the augmented reality lens and camera hidden in the frame?
Google Glass is almost always nicknamed "Glass Hole," so we'll never know if a leaner version would have been successful. But a new wearable called Norm Glasses offers a solution that can answer today's questions to consumers.
Continue reading to learn more about the features of Norm Glasses and our hands-on experience …
REALITY BITES: Snap, Inc. Has Had a Good Run Until 2019. So much so that CEO Evan Spiegel triggered the sale of 50.1 Million of his shares in the company. The average share price was $ 18.01.
Adobe Realizes AR Displays with the Project's Glasswing Prototype
It seems that the Project Aero 3D Content Development Tool is not the only augmented reality project that Adobe is working on.
The software company recently took a look at its Project Glasswing, a transparent prototype display that the Adobe Research team will be introducing at Siggraph 2019 this week.
Continue reading to find out what Glasswing Project can and what the prototype stands for the future of AR computing …
REALITY BITES: Apple has allegedly the software Program Manager Kim Vorrath transferred to the company's augmented reality team. According to unnamed insider sources, an attempt was made to place an order with the team developing software, hardware and content of the AR / VR variety.
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