Magic Leap does not yet have a consumer edition of Magic Leap One, but AT & T has not stopped creating apps for the headset.
Elsewhere, 6D.ai, a company that shares Magic League's dream of the AR cloud, has officially released the iOS version of its platform from the limited beta release, and partnered with Qualcomm to Snapdragon Devices to provide spatial maps. Talking about Snapdragon: AR hardware maker Ximmerse showed off his Rhino X headset, which has similarities to an AR headset from a far-flung galaxy.
Finally, Oculus CTO John Carmack made a speech in front of the radio waves to announce the good word AR and VR, while making a shot at Magic Leap.
AT & T tests Magic Leap app for streaming TV service
Magic Leap's streaming content vision has recently been redesigned with the permission of AT & T. [1
Read on to share our impressions of AT & T's and what it means for Magic Leaps mainstream aspirations …
REALITY BITES: Apple has officially set the date for the unveiling of its next product wave, including iPhones. Among the invitations to the media is the slogan " Only through innovation ." Since new editions of smartphones, tablets, smartwatches, wireless earphones, and subscription services are hardly innovative at this point, could this be reference to something like smartglasses?
6D.Ai launches AR Cloud & Partner with Qualcomm
About half a year after emerging from the stealth area, the AR cloud company 6D.ai is now ready for public consumption and has a well-known partner, which helps him to start his platform. On Tuesday, the startup gave the green light to iOS developers to launch their 6D.ai-powered apps in the App Store for widespread use.
In addition, the company announced that its AR cloud platform would provide spatial maps for heads-up. Devices running on the Qualcomm Snapdragon XR1 chipset, as well as connected AR viewers and smartphones running on Qualcomm Snapdragon.
Learn more about the introduction of the 6D.ai platform supported by Qualcomm Use it first, and how much will it cost developers to implement it …
REALITY BITES: You want to invest in Augmented Reality? The Motley Fool has identified three good options. Two of them, Adobe and Apple, are obvious. The third is an interesting option called Lumentus, which is mentioned for its potential role as supplier of depth sensors for upcoming iPhone models.
Ximmerse Introduces Rhino X AR Headset with Snapdragon 835
The Enterprise That Provided Some of the technologies behind the Star Wars Jedi Challenges AR game set now come with their own headset.
Ximmerse, manufacturer of augmented reality hardware, has recently released a video introducing the Rhino X-headset design for multiplayer games.
Continue reading to learn about similarities and differences between Rhino X and Lenovo's Mirage headset, and find out what makes it a tantalizing opportunity for AR developers …
REALITY BITES: Investment author Jon Markman is optimistic about augmented reality as a killer app for the upcoming 5G revolution. As he looks ahead to Apple with innovations such as Google Maps' step-by-step navigation and the Augmented Reality Project Soli radar tag for Augmented Reality, Markman sees Apple and Niantic as the mainstream companies making AR on the back of 5G networks ,
Oculus Exec introduces AR to the masses via Joe Rogan Show.
The worlds of augmented reality and virtual reality are closely related in many ways. Therefore, it is wise for AR insiders to stay abreast of new developments in VR. And if you've taken care of both areas, you know that John Carmack, CTO of Oculus, one of the key thinkers in the VR space, has some strong opinions on AR, during a new interview this week in one of the world's most popular podcasts ,
Read on to find out what Carmack had to say about AR, VR and Magic Leap …
REALITY BITES: Another competitor has participated in the race for augmented reality enterprise software , Ario Technologies, based in Norfolk, Virginia, has completed a $ 2 million start-up financing to expand its new AR platform. Together with a US $ 1.5 million US Air Force grant, the company has raised a total of $ 3.5 million.
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