Regular reality is being disrupted by virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR). The biggest names in tech are battling to power the next generation of entertainment, education, and communication. Facebook acquired Oculus to make next generation social networking virtual. Apple CEO Tim Cook claims augmented reality will be “as big as the iPhone.” Microsoft’s HoloLens, Google’s Tango, and Intel’s Project Alloy are just a few of the myriad of developers underway to make VR/AR devices as ubiquitous as computers and phones. The technical complexity behind compelling VR/AR experiences is boosted by another overhyped trend: artificial intelligence. Despite the hype, the...Read More
Author: Nick Hall
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