Augmented Reality News 2018

Augmented Reality Application Next Big Trend in the Education Industry   
Augmented reality has experienced the fastest growth in last couple of years and the education sector tops the list of application-augmented reality. Augmented reality is changing the role teacher’s play in the classroom and how AR can help them enhance the learning process for students. AR Most Efficient in helping visualization-Its evident today that visual references have better impact on the learning process. If you can see it you can learn it faster and augmented reality apps can be used best for skill developing courses. Teachers can get students to experience live cases in biology with help of AR apps and also recreate crucial cases without physical use of a human body. Engineering students can also use these applications to create live structures and understand the concepts better with help of augmented reality.
Augmented reality market application in the education industry is expected to be a USD 7 million market by 2020. Institutes that invest currently in upgrading to the AR capabilities will have a competitive edge in attracting students and also right talent pool to keep up with the upcoming boom. Colleges can also use AR technology to create an experience for students to experience parts of their key college areas like the library, classrooms, recreational areas and others and give a virtual tour of the college through AR and VR applications.

AR/VR and the Future of Immersive Problem-Solving

          From an interactive theatre experience devised by Morton Heilig in 1957 and first head-mounted display developed by Ivan Sutherland in 1968, virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) respectively have transitioned into crazy cinematography in science fiction movies. But that is too futuristic for real life, at least five-10 years ahead of time. And to fill that gap fast, start-ups are turning illusion more real than reality.

Apple Buys Startup That Makes Lenses For Augmented Reality Glasses

Apple confirmed it acquired Longmont, Colorado-based Akonia Holographics. "Apple buys smaller companies from time to time, and we generally don't discuss our purpose or plans," the iPhone maker said in a statement.

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Google Releasing Free Training Programme on Building AR Content

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