Mon.Dec 24, 2018

New York Times App Lets You See a Higgs Particle Reaction from the Large Hadron Collider in Augmented Reality

Next Reality AR

Although it's impossible (at least for now) to travel back in time to see the Big Bang, The New York Times has provided its readers the closest simulation of the experience via its latest augmented reality feature.

Merry Christmas and a happy 2019!

The Ghost Howls

It is that time of the year again, when we do and receive a lot of wishes. So, give me a minute to let me do my best wishes to you. I hope that you will spend a really relaxing Christmas … and if you don’t celebrate Christmas, well, I wish you the best for the 25th day of December! I hope you will spend some quality time with the people you love , that you will relax, and that you will eat a lot.

Magic Leap & AT&T Team Up to Bring Fans 'Fantastic Beasts' AR Movie Experience in Chicago

Next Reality AR

Despite less than glowing reviews from critics, the latest installment from the Harry Potter spinoff movie series, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, is winning at the box office.

Pottery In VR Is Like That Scene In Ghost But With Just A Ghost

UploadVR

My art teacher said I’d never make it. Dad told me artistic expression isn’t a man’s profession. She put my drawings on the inside of the fridge. But you know what? To hell with them all; I’ll make it on my own.

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AR+VR Weekly: AR Big Ben, 2018 Apple acquisitions & Google Lens sees billions

AWE Blog

Catch up on the latest XR highlights, funding news and launch announcements: Week of Dec 24. Source: Snap Big Ben World Lens. By Tom Emrich. It’s been another busy week in AR+VR!

Google Lens Now Recognizes Over 1 Billion Products

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Google Lens, Google’s AI-powered analysis tool, can now recognize over 1 billion products from Google’s retail and price comparison portal, Google Shopping. That’s four times the number of objects Lens covered in October 2017, when it made its debut. Aparna Chennapragada, vice president of Google Lens and augmented reality at Google, revealed the tidbit in a retrospective blog post about Google Lens’ milestones. “I’ve

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