"Augmented and virtual reality is cutting edge, but that shouldn't be your sole reason to deploy it. IEEE member Todd Richmond outlines three principles for design in AR/VR planning...
Augmented reality, to a certain extent, and virtual reality, to a greater extent, provide embodiment to a user and remove the boundaries of a screen.
For any task that requires a human experience -- which is nearly everything to some degree -- the ability for a human to be in the space rather than viewing it third person can offer some advantages -- though there isn't a lot of data on better outcomes using augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) for training, sales and so forth..."
"Big data is totally changing the way AR and VR function. Here's how big data is transforming augmented reality, and why that's important...
Augmented reality is one of the most exciting developments of recent times, with a myriad of business and entertainment applications just waiting to be exploited by clever companies who can master the technology first. Before augmented reality can become an everyday facet of our lives, however, a number of kinks need to be ironed out first, which is why so many in the industry are turning to the power of big data for assistance.Here's how modern companies are transforming AR from a dream into a reality by tapping into the power of huge pools of insightful data..."
"Depending on who you ask, VR is either alive and well (and might just help keep you healthy), it's dead, dead, dead or, at the very least, a promise still unfulfilled. Since you're reading this, I'm guessing you're either the former or looking for new signs of life.
CES 2019, the huge Las Vegas consumer electronics show in January, did indeed give us some things to look forward to with virtual reality. But if you're interested in what you can get now to experience VR, I've picked out the best headsets we've tested below..."
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