Unless you're impressed with the current amount of AR content, and you're worried that this might slow down the industry's growth, these stories should give you some optimism.
As Magic Leap gains momentum In the run-up to the launch of its Magic Leap One headset, the company has added another content partner to its portfolio that will delight comic fans.
Speaking of excitement, AR enthusiasts should be thinking about adding occlusion to the 6D.ai AR cloud platform, meaning that more realistic AR content is just around the corner.
The latest version of Epic Games' Unreal Engine will allow developers to take advantage of the latest AR toolkits from Magic Leap, Apple, and Google.
Magic Leap Adds Square Slice to its List of Content Partners
Magic Leap Signs a Creative Partnership Agreement with Augmented Reality Products Studio Square Slice Studios
Square Slice was co-founded by comic veteran Grant Morrison to whose films games such as Batman: Arkham Asylum and the SyFy Channel series Happy! (which also has its own AR app). The company strives to apply augmented reality to storytelling.
REALITY BITES : A New Technology Mergers & Acquisitions Advisory Report Hatampleton Partners explains how the AR industry will reach $ 161 billion by 2020 The company identifies manufacturing, healthcare and retail as the industries that are driving the adoption of immersive technology in business and makes advances in display technology for 47% growth in head-mounted displays.
6D.Ai Challenges Niantic with Addition of Occlusion to Its AR Cloud Platform
If you are not convinced that mobile augmented reality apps need occlusion (or you do not know what the word means at all), you have to really looking at the latest video m AR Cloud Start 6D.ai.
The 6D.ai video is titled "What is Occlusion in AR and why is it important?" For the uninitiated, occlusion is when objects are blocked by other objects. In the context of AR, an occlusion occurs when a physical object blocks the user's view of virtual objects.
This week, the company released an update to its closed beta SDK, which developers can use to implement occlusion and physical networks.