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Photographer Proves End of Privacy Is Here Through Photos That Will Blow Your Mind - only In Russia and China For Now

Photographer Proves End of Privacy Is Here Through Photos That Will Blow Your Mind - only In Russia and China For Now | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

Google knows what you're looking for. Facebook knows what you like. The CIA knows how to use your TV/Smartphone to spy on you. Still think you have privacy?

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WHY IT MATTERS: facial recognition + social networks allow tools like this one to surface: take a picture of someone on the train and find their personal pictures on social networks. For now, only Russia and China allow this, I would expect this to be a business killer app for augmented reality glasses: the glass continuously takes pictures and overlays the LinkedIn profile of people you meet in business context. I would install that without thinking about it twice!

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Why Augmented Reality Is About To Take Over Your World

Apple and Google are working to push augmented reality into the mainstream. Soon we'll get a first look at what the technology looks like at scale.
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Pokemon GO was an early glimpse into this whole new world of augmented reality. Looks like we will see a deluge of apps in the coming months.

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#AR #VR startups at an all-time high, Facebook & Apple have 1000+ engineers on it #gameOfTitans

#AR #VR startups at an all-time high, Facebook & Apple have 1000+ engineers on it #gameOfTitans | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

AR/VR hype keeps reaching new heights. Funding to AR/VR startups reached an all-time high in deals and dollars last year. Both Facebook and Apple are reputed to have 1000+ engineers working on their respective headset efforts. And PlayStation said its PSVR, a $400 headset released in October, has sold 915k units in just 4 months. Unsurprisingly, startups of all kinds are flocking toward what could be the next major computing platform.

In this webinar we'll delve into:

  • Major startup players in the AR and VR market
  • Investigate new enterprise and industrial use cases for AR/VR
  • Patents being sought by large corporates like Microsoft, Apple, along with startups like Magic Leap
  • Highlight how media companies and movie studios are reacting and driving M&A
Farid Mheir's insight:

WHY THIS IS IMPORTANT

So much money is being invested by so many large companies that it is difficult not to expect great things from AR and VR in the coming years. If you go beyond the hype on gaming gears and being able to watch a virtual TV on the wall, every corporate strategy should include at least evaluations of the technologies to help improve manufacturing, repairs, or other professional activities. 

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Weekend read: 350 slides Mary Meeker’s 2017 internet trends report - eCommerce is killing traditional retail #1

Weekend read: 350 slides Mary Meeker’s 2017 internet trends report - eCommerce is killing traditional retail #1 | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

The most anticipated slide deck of the year is here. Key takeaways:

  • Global smartphone growth is slowing: Smartphone shipments grew 3 percent year over year last year, versus 10 percent the year before. This is in addition to continued slowing internet growth, which Meeker discussed last year.
  • Voice is beginning to replace typing in online queries. Twenty percent of mobile queries were made via voice in 2016, while accuracy is now about 95 percent.
  • In 10 years, Netflix went from 0 to more than 30 percent of home entertainment revenue in the U.S. This is happening while TV viewership continues to decline.
  • Entrepreneurs are often fans of gaming, Meeker said, quoting Elon Musk, Reid Hoffman and Mark Zuckerberg. Global interactive gaming is becoming mainstream, with 2.6 billion gamers in 2017 versus 100 million in 1995. Global gaming revenue is estimated to be around $100 billion in 2016, and China is now the top market for interactive gaming.
  • China remains a fascinating market, with huge growth in mobile services and payments and services like on-demand bike sharing. (More here: The highlights of Meeker's China slides.)
  • While internet growth is slowing globally, that’s not the case in India, the fastest growing large economy. The number of internet users in India grew more than 28 percent in 2016. That’s only 27 percent online penetration, which means there’s lots of room for internet usership to grow. Mobile internet usage is growing as the cost of bandwidth declines. (More here: The highlights of Meeker's India slides.)
  • In the U.S. in 2016, 60 percent of the most highly valued tech companies were founded by first- or second-generation Americans and are responsible for 1.5 million employees. Those companies include tech titans Apple, Alphabet, Amazon and Facebook.
  • Healthcare: Wearables are gaining adoption with about 25 percent of Americans owning one, up 12 percent from 2016. Leading tech brands are well-positioned in the digital health market, with 60 percent of consumers willing to share their health data with the likes of Google in 2016.
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This is an annual bag of goodies.

Highlight #1: retail stores are closing at record pace while Amazon opens stores. This is such a huge trend because it transforms stores from a mini-warehouse into something else: a destination for experience, service, and training. Think Apple store with the highest sales per square foot, genius bar, classes and a showroom. Amazon has pushed its Amazon GO, no lines, no registers concept and it is rolling it out slowly. This is just the beginning...

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Shazam for Food? Wearable Dietitians? Microsoft Patents AR/VR Glasses That Tell You What to Eat

Shazam for Food? Wearable Dietitians? Microsoft Patents AR/VR Glasses That Tell You What to Eat | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

Microsoft was granted a patent for augmented reality glasses that track when and what you eat.

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WHY THIS IS IMPORTANT

Virtual Reality (VR) is a great idea but very difficult to do well because you have to generate a whole new world. Augmented Reality (AR) and Mixed-Reality (MR) offer a greater potential because it superposes useful information onto the real world. That is the promise and we will see with ideas like this, huge promises and a great deal of hype in the coming months and year. Brace yourself for the weirdests ideas and expect most to fail. 

But keep the faith in the basic idea that AR-MR will revolutionize your life and represent a technology/device/solution that will most probably become as pervasive as fast as the smartphone has with the advent of the iPhone. Because it will be useful.

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First Mixed-Reality Surgical Holographic Navigation with Microsoft HoloLens for Spine Surgery

First Mixed-Reality Surgical Holographic Navigation with Microsoft HoloLens for Spine Surgery | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

Scopis Introduces the First Mixed-Reality Surgical Holographic Navigation Platform Integrating Microsoft HoloLens for Open and Minimally-Invasive Spine Surgery

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Looks like AR will be most powerful and useful in professional settings. This is a great example where surgeons get additional information to guide them during surgery without having to look up and away from their patient. Bravo!

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Diane Dromgold's curator insight, May 8, 2017 6:47 PM

This looks like it will be really useful. I just love really clever people and what they can do.

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Grocery Store Of The Future: 65 Startups Reimagining Shelf Stocking, Product Promotion, Shopper Tracking, And More

Grocery Store Of The Future: 65 Startups Reimagining Shelf Stocking, Product Promotion, Shopper Tracking, And More | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it
The startups in this infographic have raised nearly $1.5B to optimize grocery store operations with AI, virtual reality and more.
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Grocery is the last frontier for digital disruption, everyone knows (huge market but late adopter of digital, especially eCommerce see http://sco.lt/8ai7W5 http://sco.lt/6q1Ijx http://sco.lt/8Y94vh ).

But no one knows when exactly they'll get disrupted. Many are betting on eCommerce but from the looks of this report, we may see a lot of changes in our weekly trip to the supermarket, from shelf monitoring to augmented reality.

Then again, grocers are pre-historic in their use of technology because of low margins and a very repetitive shopping experience. We mostly always buy the same products and are looking at our store "experience" to be fast with low prices, not so much fun and experiential (see Amazon GO http://sco.lt/8MTY8X where there is no cash register to slow you down still needs to be cheap http://sco.lt/80HuqX).

So my bets are on the startups that enable faster grocery shopping at a low cost- all others I expect will have a hard time (sorry AR and VR startups...)!

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Augmented Reality #AR to be a $50 billion business in 5 years, bigger than #VR via @IDC

Augmented Reality #AR to be a $50 billion business in 5 years, bigger than #VR via @IDC | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it
Plenty of tech companies seem convinced that augmented reality is the next big thing.
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Much talk about virtual reality these days but looks like the killer app will be AR. Wrote about this in the past and looks like IDC research agrees with me... ;-)

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The number of VR companies grew 40% in 2016

The number of VR companies grew 40% in 2016 | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it
The Venture Reality Fund reported that the landscape of companies it tracks in the virtual reality market grew more than 40 percent in 2016.
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WHY THIS IS IMPORTANT

With such growth will come one of 2 things: explosion of new solutions and a huge market size OR a complete failure. I vote for complete failure as the solutions will not live up to the hype (too expensive, too immersive / lack of environment understanding, etc.). VR will not be a mass market solution this time around (AR has more chances to be it, but it is much more difficult to achieve than VR IMHO).

But the huge amount of investment will yield amazing new devices and opportunities for businesses that will be able to put forward specialized VR solutions in healthcare and manufacturing.

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17 Web Design Trends To Watch in 2017 via @Shopify

17 Web Design Trends To Watch in 2017 via @Shopify | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

What does 2017 have in store for us? We asked the industry’s experts for their views on the future of web design trends.

  1. Conversational interfaces
  2. Machine learning
  3. Emotionally intelligent design
  4. Virtual reality
  5. Location and context awareness
  6. Micro-interactions
  7. Colors
  8. Cohesive experiences
  9. Even more JavaScript!
  10. Designed failure
  11. Design sprints
  12. Better collaboration across design and development
  13. Merging of UX and service design
  14. Facebook and Google as destinations for content
  15. Credibility becomes king
  16. Mass disruption to foundational Internet services
  17. The rise of the diversity designer
  18. Bonus: 2017 According to Jeffrey Zeldman
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Lots of elements to account for in your 2017 digital strategy.

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In 2016 renewable energy became cheaper than coal & other Top 10 Tech Trends Transforming Humanity 

In 2016 renewable energy became cheaper than coal & other Top 10 Tech Trends Transforming Humanity  | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

2016 was an incredible year for technology, and for humanity. Despite all the negative political-related news, there were 10 tech trends this year that positively transformed humanity.

For this “2017 Kick-Off” blog, I reviewed 52 weeks of science and technology breakthroughs, and categorized them into the top 10 tech trends changing our world.

I’m blown away by how palpable the feeling of exponential change has become.

I’m also certain that 99.999% of humanity doesn’t understand or appreciate the ramifications of what is coming.

In this blog, enjoy the top 10 tech trends of the past 12 months and why they are important to you.

Farid Mheir's insight:

I am not a big fan of trends and yearly predictions as a glimpse into the future. However, I like them because they provide a good state of the nation - a condensed picture of where we are and what are hot topics. 

 

This review is of particular value in that respect and I especially like #2 where author states "2016 was the year solar and renewable energy became cheaper than coal" because it goes against what we often hear, yet confirms something we expect will happen as it has been predicted for such a long time.

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Google Project #Tango demonstrates how to buy WayFair furniture in #AugmentedReality #eCommerce #GoogleIO

Project Tango unleashes a new way for you to explore the world. With a few sensors and some computer vision software, your phone gets even smarter, and can start to see the world the way you do. Follow guided arrows to know which exit to take when you get off the subway, see how a sofa looks in your living room before you buy it, or watch zombies battle on your dining table. In this session, we explore the vision of Project Tango and how it will come to life with the launch of our first consumer phone, announced earlier this year.

Farid Mheir's insight:

A video from Google demonstrates how to drop virtual furniture in your home environment, make sure it fits in the room then buy it directly from the augmented reality scene. The eCommerce segment starts at 17m16s

 

WHY THIS IS IMPORTANT

Augmented reality has the potential to revolutionize businesses much before Virtual Reality because it can so seamlessly add to your existing world. The video shows examples of an AR measuring tape that can also be used in an commerce setting. Other uses for AR in the business context, to review floor plans and planograms in retail settings, or help with repairs have been proposed in the past. Some Google glasses videos demonstrated some interesting use cases. It now looks like our mobile phone will in fact be carrying the necessary hardware to make AR a reality much sooner than anyone may have anticipated...

 

See also:

field repair, parcel delivery and other usage for google glasses: http://fmcs.digital/blog/google-glass-will-be-more-successful-among/ 

IKEA AR via its 2013 catalog: http://fmcs.digital/blog/augmented-reality-catalog-places-ikea-furniture-in/

translation AR: http://fmcs.digital/blog/looking-for-google-glass-killer-apps-via-mit/ 

google glass in operating rooms: http://fmcs.digital/blog/google-glass-finds-its-way-to-the-operating-room/ 

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The future of medical learning: Complete Anatomy presented in #AugmentedReality

The future of medical learning: Complete Anatomy presented in #AugmentedReality | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

The future of medical learning

Take a look at the latest work from our 3D4Medical labs, where our developers and experience designers are working on immersive anatomical learning, by blending our models and technology with Mixed Reality.

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Short video that shows how human anatomy is being put into augmented reality to create lifelike, interactive models to help medical students learn anatomy.

 

WHY THIS IS IMPORTANT

Right now this is a generic human but in the future we will be able to have our own bodies represented in AR for medical doctors to peer into our corpse, via scans and radiology pictures. 

 

IF they can do this with a human body, why are not more companies investing in making AR models of their most complex machines (think boats, planes, complex manufacturing machines, etc.) to help training, safe operations and troubleshooting? I would imagine that digital transformation strategies and plans should include elements of AR and VR, don't you?

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capitalistshovels's comment, November 10, 2016 12:48 AM
EXCELLENT
Ashley Luke's curator insight, November 10, 2016 8:22 AM
VR IS INEVITABLE.
strainedpogo's comment, November 11, 2016 1:13 AM
intelligent
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Tour Yosemite in virtual reality with Barack Obama

Tour Yosemite in virtual reality with Barack Obama | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it
If you want to celebrate the 100th anniversary of America’s National Parks Service, there are definitely worse ways than with a virtual reality trip through Yosemite narrated by President Barack Obama.

Through the Ages is a roughly 10-minute video shot by virtual reality filmmakers Felix & Paul, in collaboration with the White House, Oculus, and National Geographic.
Farid Mheir's insight:

A video shot in 3D that you can experience with glasses or not. Great example of what can be done with 3D, other than shoot'em up games.

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Is it time for Virtual Reality and are #VR forecasts of 20B$ in sales realistic?

Is it time for Virtual Reality and are #VR forecasts of 20B$ in sales realistic? | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it
Google is investing hundreds of thousands of dollars apiece in virtual-reality films and programs, part of a plan to line up exclusive content for the debut of its new Daydream service in the coming weeks, according to people familiar with the matter.
Farid Mheir's insight:

Bloomberg video interview that provides motivations for the explosion on VR in the coming years:

1- applications are numerous, with opportunities in different space, not only in gaming but in medical, movie, etc.

2- big players are lined up : Google, Facebook, Microsoft, etc.

 

That being said, there have been multiple false starts for VR and #D (remember 3D TVs and google glasses?), so I remaining cautiously optimistic with both VR and AR. They may not be ready for consumer market but may expand into certain key niche applications and industries.

 

WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT

In that context, it is essential for digital transformation strategies to consider VR and AR in their roadmaps. There must be clear business needs to drive adoption of this relatively immature technology which requires a number of user constraint (least of which is wearing a headset which makes you look like a dork and prevents you from living in the moment). But there are multiple types of industries where professionals can find benefits in viewing things in 3D in a lifelike fashion: those should be prioritized.

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5 Incredible Ways Scientists Are Merging Our Brains With Machines

5 Incredible Ways Scientists Are Merging Our Brains With Machines | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it
I've been reading Ramez Naam's fantastic book "Nexus," which is set in a near-future where a powerful nano-drug allows human minds to connect together. In... read more
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5 must read papers to understand where we stand in the area of direct brain communication with machines. In a nutshell; still very early.

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Augmented reality power tool helps anyone craft things

Augmented reality power tool helps anyone craft things | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

Crafting with CNC mills, routers and other power tools isn't all that easy, especially if you're new to it. You'll frequently want a template, and it's all too easy to mess up a cut if you haven't developed a steady hand. Shaper doesn't think it has to be daunting, though: it's launching Origin, an augmented reality power cutter.

Farid Mheir's insight:

This is a great idea: a power tool with intelligence that drives the motors and controls the drill bit, ensuring you cut to perfection every time. Basically you've become just a fancy motor for the tool to travel and perform its work. Brilliant. Watch the videos to see how it works for real. Expect to see more of this in the future: smart tools that go beyond the mundane to invade all aspects of the physical world, including in this case the construction industry.

 

Also: https://www.engadget.com/2016/08/23/hololens-24-core-chip-makes-vivid-ar-possible/ 

 

Not a surprise but rather an interesting news snippet: dedicated chipsets for AR are starting to appear. This paves the way for lower cost, better quality solutions. Be aware, AR may become a reality in the coming years as forecasted...

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This Beautiful #Unity Demo Shows How Far Video Game Graphics Have Come

This Beautiful #Unity Demo Shows How Far Video Game Graphics Have Come | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it
Elon Musk recently explained at Code Conference why he believes we're all living in a simulation. His argument that such a simulation is possible is based on the exponential developments in video game graphics: "If you assume any rate of improvement at all, then the games will become indistinguishable from reality, even if that rate of advancement drops by one thousand from what it is now. It's a given that we're clearly on [that] trajectory."

Whether or not you believe simulation theory is true, it's hard to deny how much the gaming world has changed—even in the last decade.
Farid Mheir's insight:

Just watch the video and you'll see. We live in the matrix! ;-)

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fiddlerblackwell's comment, August 30, 2016 10:55 PM

Fabulous.
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Chilling Courtside at The VR Olympics — Backchannel

Chilling Courtside at The VR Olympics — Backchannel | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it
Hi there Backchannelers. This is Sandra, and I’m a VR skeptic. Yet with the Olympics embracing virtual reality, it’s clear even to a slow…
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Olympics in VR is just starting. This article describes what it is like to look at volleyball in VR. and it is quite something. Actually it is part of a larger trend to push sports in virtual reality as described elegantly here: http://bit.ly/2aJv8lO

 

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A German designer’s AR pingpong table reacts to every shot

A German designer’s AR pingpong table reacts to every shot | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it
One interaction designer has created an augmented reality tool that can take your ping pong game to the next level.
Farid Mheir's insight:

Very interesting demonstration of what can be achieved with augmented reality and a ping pong table. I always wonder why there are so many great entertainment demos and so few business ones. This can be so beneficial in manufacturing, production and other environments where workers have to make repetitive tasks or get trained on physical objects.

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Canadian Tire enhances 2016 paper catalogue via #augmentedReality

Canadian Tire enhances 2016 paper catalogue via #augmentedReality | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it
La décision de Canadian Tire d’effectuer un retour au papier est saluée par Jean Rickli, conseiller principal associé au J.C. Williams Group. « Ils vont aller chercher différents types de clients. Les personnes plus âgées, moins habiles avec les applications, et les plus jeunes, qui voient t&hel
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(in french, english here)

Canadian Tire follows the likes of IKEA catalogue, real estatetechnical publication, tourist guides and other applications to extends its paper catalogue with additional information using mobile phone technologies. Not sure the IKEA project received huge success but again this was 2013 and a lot has changed in the past 3 years.

 

With virtual reality (VR) being trumpeted as the next big thing, Augmented Reality (AR) may actually provide something more useful and less intrusive - thus leading to faster and larger adoption? Microsoft hololens project sure thinks that way.

 

http://bit.ly/1SEJeS8 

http://sco.lt/6g6TZp 

http://conference.corp.at/archive/CORP2013_128.pdf 

http://www.inglobetechnologies.com/docs/whitepapers/AR_printing_whitepaper_en.pdf 

http://www.scoop.it/t/digital-transformation-of-businesses/?tag=Augmented+Reality 

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I went rogue during a demonstration of Microsoft's holographic goggles and had the time of my life

I went rogue during a demonstration of Microsoft's holographic goggles and had the time of my life | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it
I went hands-on with the final Microsoft HoloLens.
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Detailed explanation of augmneted reality are starting to come out.

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holoportation: future of videoconferencing using #augmentedReality

holoportation is a new type of 3D capture technology that allows high quality 3D models of people to be reconstructed, compressed, and transmitted anywher
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Amazing video presentation of what future video conferencing may feel like with augmented reality.

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John Dilworth's curator insight, April 3, 2016 4:06 PM

Amazing video presentation of what future video conferencing may feel like with augmented reality.

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BMW made a motorcycle helmet that builds in the best parts of Google Glass

BMW made a motorcycle helmet that builds in the best parts of Google Glass | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it
Nearly four years ago, Google published a video previewing what it might be like to use an augmented reality headset. It showed all kinds of useful information hanging out in the corner of your...
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BMW is building a motorcycle helmet with heads up display. I expect we will see the technology behind google glass appear in many more devices in the next few years. This one is at least two years away,

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Grant Tucker's curator insight, February 14, 2016 11:06 AM

BMW is living up to their name. A name senonimous with quality and innovation.

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The Future of sports watching: Microsoft's HoloLens #video of a Super Bowl party

The Future of sports watching: Microsoft's HoloLens #video of a Super Bowl party | WHY IT MATTERS: Digital Transformation | Scoop.it
Sports are a pretty intuitive place for augmented reality: we already watch them with a bevy of numerical overlays, replays, and commentary. So Microsoft's "future of football," featuring its...
Farid Mheir's insight:

The video is voluntarily futuristic but helps understand the fundamental change that augmented reality will provide. Wall-size TV, different viewpoints, additional information, etc.


The business applications for this technology are enormous and should not be discounted. Hololens dev toolkit are now available for those that want to experiment.

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