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Augmented reality is reaching a mature state according to Gartner

The Ghost Howls

According to the very famous market analysis company Gartner, Augmented Reality is no more an “emerging” technology, but it has graduated as a mature one. A simple (but misleading) view is that this is a database that will “feed” AR and mixed reality (MR) experiences.

The Ghost Howls’s VR Week Peek (2019.12.09): Qualcomm XR2 defines the future of XR, Magic Leap having tragic sales, and much more!

The Ghost Howls

This means that if you employ 4 for tracking, you can still use two for instance for eye-tracking and one for lips tracking; Be able to finally offer passthrough augmented reality with appropriate resolution and framerate. Image by Magic Leap). Adobe acquires Oculus Medium.

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All the most important AR and VR news from Facebook F8

The Ghost Howls

Oculus Go launch. We all knew that Oculus Go would have been launched at F8 and this has been the case. Best Buy is ready for the Oculus Go launch tomorrow (x-post /r/OculusGo) from oculus. I’ve purchased my Oculus Go! Oculus Go unbloxing.

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Upgrading VR Storytelling

Tech Trends VR

You don a Vive Pro headset, equipped with leap-motion sensors for hand tracking, and are also able to communicate with your partner via voice. Want to leverage Augmented, Virtual and Mixed Reality to take your brand to the next level?

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The XR Week Peek (2020.03.23): Half-Life: Alyx launches, Oculus Del Mar leaked, PS5 revealed and more!

The Ghost Howls

Oculus Del Mar” may be the next Oculus headset. Some days ago, in the Oculus Developer portal, have appeared some surprise banners warning developers about the documentation also regarding an “Oculus Del Mar” headset, for which there are “early developers”.

Who Will Own the Metaverse?

AR Insider

It’s been called the AR Cloud by many, the Magicverse by Magic Leap, the Mirrorworld by Wired, the Cyberverse by Huawei, Planet-scale AR by Niantic and Spatial Computing by academics. Augmented vision is commonplace in futuristic films, from Minority Report to Iron Man.