Google Brings Augmented Reality To iOS

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Long a favorite of Android’s early adopter crowd, iOS users can now get in on the augmented reality fun of Ingress — a game in which players battle through the real world to secure virtual portals for their team — after Google’s Niantic Labs released an official client on the App Store

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The core digital tecnologies for businessmen

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CIOs must grasp emerging digital business technologies or face being marginalised

New digital business technologies represent a pressing challenge to IT managers, but many CIOs do not grasp either the threat or the opportunity that they pose, according to the latest research from the analysts at Gartner. For harassed CIOs, the problem is simple to explain but difficult to deal with — there is just too much new technology for them to come to terms with. So Gartner has identified six core technology areas that CIOs and IT managers have to consider, although it admits that these do not represent all the areas they might want to look into. The six are: The Internet of Things, which Gartner says has the potential to create political tension between operations, product development and IT. 3D printing, which Gartner believes has “considerable transformational potential”. ….[READ]

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A #QRcode using #Aurasma to promote @worldskillsuk and engage on a new level

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This is the final QR code trial we thought we would do to complete the series of “making QR Codes more functional”, so far we have

  • had the QR Code look visually more interesting
  • used Zappar to have  hidden Augmented Reality content and “links” buttons

and now we have the “Aurasma” trial, and the instructions are:

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SAP Goes Wearable – Augmented reality applications for smart glasses that can be used in manufacturing or logistics

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The smart glasses connect with a smartphone to access data, which is then displayed on a screen in front of the wearer’s eyes. The wearer interacts with the device using voice commands. Used this way, the glasses can guide warehouse workers to the products on their pick lists; once at the shelf, workers can then scan the barcode to make sure they have the correct item and confirm in the system that it has been picked. Forklift truck drivers can also use the glasses to request help or instructions on how to resolve a technical problem.

via SAP Goes Wearable.

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Google launches augmented reality game Ingress on iOS

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After becoming available to all Android users back in December, Google this evening finally launched its popular Ingress game on iOS. The game originally launched in a closed beta all the way back in 2012, but has slowly been expanding to gradually larger audiences ever since.

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Do Google Glasses read your mind?

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Google Glass hack allows brainwave control

Google Glass has been hacked so that it can be controlled by brainwaves. By combining the smart glasses with an electroencephalography (EEG) headset, the software makes it possible to take a picture without moving a muscle. London-based start-up This Place said the tech could be utilised in high-pressure hands-free situations – such as during surgery. It has released the MindRDR software for free in the hope that developers will adapt it for other uses. Google made it clear that it does not support the app. “Google Glass cannot read your mind,” a spokeswoman told the BBC. “This particular application seems to work through a separate piece of kit which you attach to Glass. “We have not reviewed, nor approved, the app so it won’t be available in the Glass app store.” Google launched Glass in the UK last month. The spokeswoman added: “Of course…

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How to put people ‘inside’ apartments

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Virtual Reality is a ‘game changer’ for overseas real estate industry

A Spanish agency is among the first in the world to use Virtual Reality to sell off-plan property – and the technology is a ‘game changer’ for the overseas property sector, says an expert. Solvia Immobilaria, the real estate agency of Banco Sabadell, Spain’s fourth largest private banking group, has shot video in 360 degrees and it is putting the user ‘inside’ the video by putting on a pair of Virtual Reality Headsets from Oculus. The news comes days after OPP Connect reported on a Canadian developer who is using Augmented Reality to sell a condo development in Toronto. Real estate technology expert, James Dearsley, of the Digital Marketing Bureau, tells OPP Connect, “In my experience with the Spanish market none of the developers are too forward-thinking, let alone those owned by banks and therefore I was amazed. It…

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2014 China Wearable Technology Innovation Summit


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“The Wearable Technology Innovation Summit will feature dedicated conference programs, covering augmented reality devices such as Google Glass, wearable health devices like Jawbone and Fitbit, Smart Watches such as Pebble and the Samsung Gear, as well as the medical, sports, security and enterprise sectors. A start up forum will give entrepreneurs and new businesses alike the opportunity to hear from some of the wearable technology industry’s leading lights, as well as seek advice and funding.”
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