"Even when someone is losing their sight, they still have a good brain that's trying to understand and pick up clues from objects if given enough input" Stephen Hicks
The app is called 19 crimes and it's bringing the wines from Curtis Park Market to life, letting you with an amazing augmented experience.
Guitarist Brian May has launched the Diableries and The Diabl-O-Scope augmented reality apps, enabling users to explore the underworld whilst listening to Queen.
To agree that augmented reality can be used in manufacturing, contemplate at the situation where a mechanic is fixing a transmission in a new car. The repairman is at the company’s factory in Birmingham, and he is using AR technology (especially "see what I see" video conferencing) to communicate with an automotive engineer in London... Continue Reading →