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Tesla, which has been criticised for its overuse of robots in its factory, has previously used Google Glass on the assembly line.
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I explored the inside of a human nose and it convinced me that the real business in VR isn’t gaming, it’s all about training workers
HTC VIVE announced its new headset, Vive Focus. Here's how VR can be used for businesses and even seeing what the inside of a human nose looks like.
Occipital, a 3D-sensing startup, released a new camera that costs a few hundred dollars called Structure Core, which other companies can use to build depth-aware products.
The creators of Pokémon Go have totally revamped their original game — and it’s perfect for Pokémon masters looking for a new ch...
Niantic has released Ingress Prime, a revamped and overhauled version of its original game. And for Pokémon masters who want more, it could be perfect.
A group of Magic Leap alumni are making experiences for 50 pairs of smartglasses at once — and they’re working with a world-famous perform...
Marina Abramović, the renowned performance artist, is going to be the star of a piece premiering next February 18 at the Serpentine Theater, in London. But she's not going to be performing live — you'll need AR smartglasses to watch.
Startups are looking for ways to incorporate 3D body-scanning technology and augmented reality into the shopping experience. Even Amazon has been rumored to be working on a way to make clothing fit customers better.
When Snapchat users spot an item they want more information on, they can point the app’s camera at the product or its barcode, pressing down on the screen until the app recognizes the item. They will then have the option to buy the product from within Snapchat.
Investors believe that the founder's background in math and machine learning can help the games Illumix makes stand out in a world of games using off-the-shelf AR software like Apple's ARkit.
The founder of Facebook’s Oculus reviewed the buzzy new alternate reality device, Magic Leap One, and it’s absolutely brutal
The first product from the Google-backed startup Magic Leap is "less of a functional developer kit and more of a flashy hype vehicle that almost nobody can actually use in a meaningful way," says Oculus founder and ousted Facebook exec Palmer Luckey.