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What’s the most you’ve done with your mails? Attach images or emoticons, so that your email will look good to the receiver’s eye? How about a smartphone app which can send objects in 3D? That means when the recipients get the message, they actually view the attached objects in 3D.…Read More »
Ikea took a different approach for those who are too busy to shop or just hate shopping for furniture. Their 2014 catalogue for Android and iOS offers an augmented reality app that brings Ikea products to life in your home (virtually speaking).…Read More »
I know it’s important to learn how to fix your car up, and it’s especially important when you run into unexpected emergencies on the road. But despite that, not all of us are capable of solving our car problems. This augmented reality app isn’t an actual product that’s out on the market just yet, but it shows the huge potential AR can bring into things like car maintenance for beginners and the like.…Read More »
Google recently showed off how it feels to use Google Glass, and it looked pretty awesome. Unfortunately, they also mentioned a pretty hefty $1,500 price tag for the developer edition of the device.
But today, Google has officially said that the company is not only aiming to bring a “fully-polished” version of the product to consumers by the end of this year, they will also be selling it for less than $1,500.…Read More »
As part of its plans to expand its pre-order program, Google has published a new video showing off a more realistic and fleshed out version of its upcoming wearable headset, Google Glass.
The current UI appears to be centered around a voice-activated command, “Ok glass.” The display will show a list of contextually-based actions you can take, and from there you’ll be able to do things like: take a picture or video, use Google Hangouts, ask for directions and translations and of course, search the web.…Read More »
I am sure many dotTechies have heard of Google Glass, a project by Google to bring advanced augmented reality to our world through the use of glasses. Ever wonder what Google Glass-like augmented reality would feel like? Would it be useful?…Read More »
IBM has published their ‘Next 5 in 5′, an annual report that contains 5 articles written by IBM’s research experts. As you might have guessed from the title, the report features 5 areas of technology that their experts believe will be making significant advances in the next five years.…Read More »