It’s an increasingly common sight on pavements and roads; people standing semi-aimlessly, phone in hand, frequently checking the GPS and wondering where their taxi is. Yet Lyft is looking to switch this up through augmented reality.
The virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) markets are undergoing something of a tumultuous time – but while the near-term outlook sees a dip, long-term growth can be found.
BAE Systems will be investing £20 million in augmented reality (AR) and artificial intelligence (AI) that will be used in warships to optimise their combat ability.
Google has submitted patent documents for ‘augmented and/or virtual reality footwear’ – in a potential attempt to solve a key problem with VR around locomotion.