Rumours About Augmented Reality Glasses by Apple
According to Robert Scoble Apple might be working on a pair of augmented or mixed reality glasses together with Carl Zeiss AG. Since this is not the first time that Apple has been mentioned in connection with augmented and virtual reality, these rumours are likely to be true. If so, the glasses will be available for consumers this year or at the latest in 2018, said the augmented and virtual reality technology expert.
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Philips’ Augmented-Reality Technology for the Image-Guided Minimally-Invasive Surgery Market
Philips announced the industry’s first augmented-reality surgical navigation technology to expand in the image-guided minimally-invasive surgery market. By offering surgeons a unique augmented-reality view of the inside and outside of a patient, this invention can help performing image-guided open and minimally-invasive surgeries such as spine, cranial, and trauma surgical procedures.
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The World’s First Live Motion-Capture Performance by the Royal Shakespeare Company
In cooperation with multinational corporation Intel and digital studio The Imaginarium the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) developed a new kind of storytelling using virtual reality technology. This was tested with the fairy Ariel from The Tempest, appearing partly real, partly digital within the play. For the virtual avatar of the character the RSC hid twenty-seven separate projectors around the theater and embedded seventeen motion sensors in the costume.
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Crown’s New Microsite for Designing Metal Packaging
Crown Aerosols and Specialty Packaging Europe has published a new microsite (http://sp.crowncork.com) to display their extensive portfolio from all angles. By virtually experimenting with different tin shapes and various decorative finishes, inks, varnishes, and effects, the platform lets brand owners experience design possibilities for metal packaging. The new online presence is available in English, French, and German.
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New Omnichannel Programmatic Advertising Integration Platform by Sharethrough and Adelphic
Aiming to put advertising to a new level Sharethrough has announced to integrate their all-in-one native advertising software with the mobile and omnichannel programmatic advertising platform Adelphic. The new product will allow users to switch between omnichannel and people-based marketing platforms seamlessly.
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Source: Drupa Newsroom