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Remember the amazing app that made your iPad practically invisible? The man who made it is back, and now he intends to tackle virtual reality with a new company — and app — called Pantomime.
Augmented reality is coming. Whether it’s a dedicated screen strapped to your face or a just a pair of glasses, computer-enhanced vision will have a place in our tech future. But exactly what package it will arrive in is up for grabs.
Augmented reality is awesome, but you don’t want to wear bulky glasses that use lenses, beam splitters and reflectors that make the magic happen. A PhD student at UNC-Chapel Hill has developed a sleek pair of augmented reality glasses that are actually light and compact.
The Eurofighter Typhoon and F-35 Lightning II are two of the most advanced warplanes ever designed and come replete with bleeding-edge, motion-tracking, X-ray-vision-enabled helmets. But why should Air Force pilots have all the fun?
There are lots of reasons to tackle a climbing wall at your local gym: it’s great exercise, it can improve your hand-eye coordination, and it helps instill useful mountaineering skills should you ever find yourself trapped on a cliff. But researchers at Aalto University in Finland want to take them one step further through the use of Kinect sensors and projectors that turn climbing walls into interactive games.
Land Rover’s windshield experiments have already been pretty impressive — remember the concept that would make your car’s bonnet appear transparent to make it easier to avoid potholes? But what if you’re on a silky-smooth race track, looking to perfect your performance?
This man is living the dream of starring in his own real-world video game, using a complex camera rig and an Oculus Rift headset to view his own life from the popular behind-and-up-a-bit third-person perspective. He is also, presumably, very confused.
While 007 can seemingly pull off any impossible mission without breaking a sweat, real-world field intelligence agents don’t have it nearly that easy. They must maintain encyclopaedic mental records of names and faces as well as relay information to and from HQ — all without blowing their covers. To give its agents an edge in their deadly cloak and dagger games, the DoD hopes to outfit them with these intelligent spy glasses.
Google just announced a pretty impressive-looking retail experience powered by its Project Tango 3D-mapping service. The new augmented reality shopping technology will help you find products more efficiently. It sort of turns shopping into a video game.