Augmented Reality (AR) domains

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  1. Asfas1000

    Asfas1000 Business Member Business Account VIP

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    You did outbound for this name ? Interesting. I have the singular. Never occured to me to reach out to buyers for this type of domains. What price are you trying to achieve if you feel like sharing ?
     
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  2. Stick

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    just got in King:

    ardevjob
    ardevjobs

    AR needs developers, before anything happens at all...right? so there. Jobs.
     
  3. Rizki

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    AR/Pleasure in king
     
  4. HereDomainthere

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    SmartGlassesAR

    Apple AR Smart Glasses Detailed In Patent



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    We all know that Apple has big augmented reality (AR) ambitions but ARKit is focused on using an iPhone or iPad’s display to overlay digital information to the real world.

    However, a patent that’s just been uncovered points at a new form factor for Apple’s AR assault. “Semi-transparent spectacle or glasses” are mentioned in the details of a patent that originated from Metaio - an augmented reality startup that Apple acquired in May 2015 - hinting at a pair of Apple AR smart glasses.

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  5. marioct

    marioct youxivr.com, viralvr.com, scaryvr.com, minivr.com VIP

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  7. Stick

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    this video explains it pretty well, and it is pretty amazing:



    Just reserved AugmentedReality-Magazine in /.DE because i wanted to make sure the redundancy is mine and not someone else's - the original one being armagazin /DE
    - i'm actually doing a rudimentary magazine with it, so hey
     
  8. marioct

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    If it is really surprising, but for us domainers it is even more surprising that there are 382 million devices prepared to run with it.

    imobilear (.) com
     
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  9. marioct

    marioct youxivr.com, viralvr.com, scaryvr.com, minivr.com VIP

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    By the way, do you like them ?:

    arspiele (.) com
    arspiele (.) de
     
  10. Stick

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    - I do, and am a little jealous!
    in germany, we (make that They) love to hyphenate domains. I know, don't ask...as in ar-spiele.de Still, those are two fine ones, in my book.
     
  11. marioct

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    If I know the hyphens are well accepted in the German market.

    By the way, I have for years had a question about the value of the word P.*.r.n.o.s.

    You could give us your opinion, and a comparison between, for example:

    ar-p*rnos
    ar-p*rn

    Thanks.

    P.S., be careful in the answer and cover taboo words.
     
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  12. Stick

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    hey @marioct

    ok, i'll try to make a comparison, as well as I can -
    basically, p*rnos is, obviously, the plural version, but in spoken language, it's a bit more old-fashioned, as it were - used by older people. Younger generation uses the word p*rno, or the anglicised version, p*rn. But as far as I can see, you'll do fine with both your picks, just give it a while (what do i know, I'm new to this biz, but I can see the technology timeline, so, yeah, a bit of patience.)

    hope this helps a little
    cheers
     
  13. marioct

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    I am grateful to you, I do not really have those two names, I have others very similar. With VR concretely.

    From what you tell me, if I'm not mistaken, that word can do very well.

    As a token of gratitude, if you wish, I will give you:

    Arguides - de
    Webvr-desing - com

    I am convinced that the augmented reality guides will be a great niche within ar.
     
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    Just got a mail from metavision.com that the new AR Headset Meta 2 is now shipping for developers at $949/headset.

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    ARstockmarket in /King

    think of dancing charts and all
     
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    Seeing more articles about how AR will be more popular than VR. Every time I see it I can't help but to think about how I've got these babies below and what it's going to be like when AR casino games will become a hit. I didn't initially see AR and casinos really taking off, but I am seeing huge opportunities lately as the technology slowly unfolds.

    OnlineARCasino / com
    OnlineARCasinos / com
    ARCasinosOnline / com
    OnlineARPoker / com
    LiveARCasino / com
    ARCasinoGames / com

    WebARGames / com
    WebARCasino / com
    WebARPoker / com


    "The Future Of AR Casino Games"
    http://fanappic.com/future-ar-casino-games/
     
  19. Type-In

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    I am also holding a couple of AR casino domains:

    ARSlot
    ARLiveCasino
    ARCasinoBonus
    ARBitcoinCasino
    CasinosAR

    ARCasinoGames is the best one of your list.
     
  20. Stick

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    those are some nice ones on your books!
    in my eyes, AR will be in 'casinos' sooner than we think, since it kinda makes a lot of sense.
    ok maybe not the next LasVegas/com, but there could be some nice new businesses coming (or old ones, with a veneer of AR lol)
     
  21. Stick

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    My question though is (and it may sound naïve because I am so new in this business): how good a keyword can AR be? If it became a thing, like TV or 3D did, is it enough to just add it to the other keywords? Meaning, will it be a good qualifier if a domain has a mere 'AR' in front of it, if AR were indeed to take off? And since most domains will inevitably be twin-keyword domains, how good can they be?
    i suppose it's all a yes, and maybe I am asking the obvious, but maybe someone can fill me in
     
  22. Type-In

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    I only have a small AR cover for gambling and "red" cams / live content. I think MR will be the end station together with interactive holograms and fully immersive VR. But there is a possibility the mainstream will decide to call it AR. Just put some money on all: VR/AR/MR/Holo.

    Only some casino terms and a couple of the most searched cam / live content are worth it for the two keyword combo (just my opinium). AR at the end of the keyword can also work with one keyword but the first choice will be AR at the front. Also it is key to do some research if there is a good use for the keyword in combination with AR technology and if there is a decent history of sales at namebio.com and dnpric.es to make a potential of a sale in the future even bigger.
     
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    People are lazy and prefer to shorten things if possible, Ar should fall into this category of thought/language
     
  24. Domainsyrup

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    I have ARcasino.online and VRcasino.online
     
  25. Type-In

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    To add some more thoughts about domain sales.

    I think it is also key to adjust the sales price to the current market. Most VR domains are selling between $200 and $500. Only category killers like VRCasino will sell for a lot. Yes there are some exceptions like StarVR but not verry common. I would say sit on a couple of your best domains as a long term investment and put other domains for sale to cover renewals and to make a profit. I have currently 165 VR/MR domains for sale and 163 of them for 750 euro (some room to negotiate and lower the price). I have 693 domains at NameSilo (not all VR etc related), so i have 1/4 or 1/5 (VR etc related) for sale. First months my asking price was to high... now i have domains for sale not only for end users but the asking price is also interesting for domain speculators... i think 750 is a fair price and now a other domainer can also make a profit long term if the keyword is good enough = a win / win situation.
     
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