Chinese VR/AR Companies OYMotion, REALIS, Owlii Impress At CES 2018

Natalie YueAnalysis, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality

Huawei gives a keynote at CES 2018 announcing a new phone. Photo by Natalie Yue

Arguably the world’s biggest electronics conference, technology companies know that CES is the perfect place to exhibit new technologies. And as you would expect, Chinese technology companies were well-represented, with over 400 companies descending upon CES 2018 from Shenzhen alone. Chinese companies were among the exhibitors in almost every technology sector – from autonomous vehicles to drones to smart home solutions. For instance, … Read More

Five Key Developments in VR/AR Debuted at CES 2018

Greenlight InsightsAnalysis, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality

CES Main Greenlight Insights

The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas has been a theater for OEMs to showcase their latest technologies, and that included XR. HTC, Lenovo, Pico, Huawei, and Kopin were among those who exhibited new head-mounted displays and smart glasses, but the innovations span improved graphics, resolution, ergonomic design, and beyond. New Ways to Go Cordless Ahead of CES 2018, Lenovo introduced … Read More

Snap’s New Lens Studio To Usher New Wave of AR Content

Alexis MacklinAnalysis, Augmented Reality, Immersive Media & Entertainment

Snap, a leading image messaging and multimedia platform, released its second application this week – and it has everything to do with augmented reality. The company released Lens Studio, an AR content creation app, currently available as a free download for both Mac and Windows computers. Lens Studio is similar to the internal design platform the Venice, CA-based company uses … Read More

Augmenting the Enterprise with AR Smart Glasses

Glenn SandersAnalysis, Augmented Reality, Business Transformation

Augmenting the Enterprise with AR Smart Glasses

Why AR Smart Glasses? What if you could increase worker efficiency significantly while reducing errors and improving employee safety and satisfaction?  AR Smart Glasses provide these advantages for numerous companies who have been quietly experimenting with augmented reality for the past several years. Last month, Deloitte surveyed 500 executives from mid-market companies across various industries and found that 67% are testing … Read More

A Waiting Game: The Highly Anticipated Entry of Apple in the Head-Mounted Display Market

Clifton DawsonAnalysis, Augmented Reality

The Highly Anticipated Entry of Apple in Head-Mounted Display Market

Since Apple’s introduction of ARKit on June 5, technology, entertainment, and marketing executives have become increasingly focused on the future augmented reality products will be revealed by the consumer electronics giant. With all this in mind, this article compilation of Apple’s hardware and software philosophies for the future of AR outlines some of the major considerations in bringing such a device to market. Hardware Obviously, … Read More