Located in Niche Domain Discussion started by NameNewbie, Dec 8, 2009.
Google laying the groundwork for 'persistent' AR layers over the real world
Cloud Anchors let devices create a 3D feature map from visual data onto which anchors can be placed. The anchors are hosted in the cloud so multiple people can use them to enable shared real world experiences.
Another contender just entered the increasingly competitive enterprise AR market. ThirdEye today launched its lightweight headset, the X2.
7 things to know about the augmented reality landscape
https://themarketplan.com/augmented...ights-on-growing-applications-by-2026/287316/ (1day ago)
" Also, development of an AR pilot product for logistics is delayed due to lack of hardware equipment for real-time tracking of people in a warehouse environment. In order to verify and validate the approach offered, an agent-based simulation model is being developed.
Thought I still see Arpilot as being Aircraft related when dealing with a potential enduser, it's still nice to see the term come up in any AR news.
This Apple patent may be the key to AR glasses we’d actually want to wear
By beaming an image directly onto the retina, Apple could build AR glasses with stylish design and marathon battery life
Startup DronOSS Sets Its Sights on Fewer Drone Crashes with Augmented Reality Pilot Training
Pretty Cool Drones + AR +( Pilot )....currently have called ARbox app
What I find extremely weird is that my domain (arlvshi in king which is AR lawyer in Chinese pinyin) is getting by far the most visits compared to my other AR domains. 🤔
Nice to see people are still making purchases in AR.
Report: Apple AR Headset Launching Early 2020
According to research conducted by TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple will begin mass production of its long-rumored AR headset before the end of the year and will launch the device as early as the second quarter of 2020.
Anyone who knows about a list of AR domain sales to date?
You can check on Namebio by using the filters. Ar as a prefix, as a suffix, etc.
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