Last month was a whirlwind for the augmented reality industry, with the Augmented World Expo, Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference and an exciting Magic Leap Twitch live stream, all finished before the June ideals. Now that we have the chance to digest everything, we have a real sense of where the augmented reality industry will go.
Elsewhere, the old guard at Mobile AR, Snapchat, has broken new ground in partnerships for its augmented reality
What's Next for the Augmented Reality Industry?
While many of you were surfing and lounging on a sandy beach or trying to figure out how to make up for the work of sky-high summer temperatures, Next Reality Adario Strange talked to all the companies that make Augmented Reality what it is today is.
His best opportunity came during the Augmented World Expo (AWE) conference in Silicon Valley in June. From tiny startups traveling from Asia to big players who have worked for AR for years, these companies all came together on one side to attend the largest gathering of AR experts in the world.
After collecting all the biggest heads in AR together in one place for several days of insider chatter, rumor and speculation mixed with very real products, what have we learned? A lot, actually. Continue reading to to find out where augmented reality is going, and who is the driving force …