Artikel zum Thema "Augmented Reality" bei CIO.de

Layar, the pioneering augmented reality app, is now available for Google Glass

The year was 2009. The iPhone was still a relatively fresh young face, and a newfangled technology called "augmented reality," or AR, was giving iOS users a few fancy parlor tricks to try out with their smartphones. Layar was the biggest name in mobile AR back then--and now it makes a return on a smartglasses platform that needs some AR mojo. » zum Artikel

HP gains traction with augmented reality service

Hewlett-Packard has found some success with a platform, called Aurasma, that provides augmented reality services to portable devices. » zum Artikel

Hands on with Laster SeeThru, a direct augmented-reality challenge to Google Glass

Turn back your technology clock to April 5, 2012, the day Google introduced wearable tech to mainstream consumers, and permanently changed the trajectory of mobile hardware. Google, if you'll remember, released a provocative video for what was then called Project Glass. The video showed what it's like to wear smartglasses with full augmented reality overlays from morning until dusk. » zum Artikel

App uses 'augmented reality' to point way to Japan's elusive free Wi-Fi

Telecom carrier NTT and navigation service developer Navitime Japan are trying to make free Wi-Fi in Japan easier to find with an app featuring augmented reality (AR) guidance. » zum Artikel

Augmented Reality technology ready for the enterprise, says Gartner

Although the adoption of augmented reality (AR) in the enterprise is still in its infancy, AR technology has matured to become a valuable business tool, says analyst Gartner. » zum Artikel

Mike Lynch invests in augmented reality start-up built by former HP employees

Mike Lynch, founder of the Autonomy software business that was sold to HP for $11 billion (£6 billion) in October 2011, has invested an undisclosed sum in a new augmented reality app, called Taggar. » zum Artikel

Eyes-on the CastAR, augmented-reality glasses built by former Valve engineers

Strapping tiny computers to your face is popular enough now that it's easy to lump Technical Illusions' CastAR augmented-reality glasses in with Google Glass, the Oculus Rift and other high-tech eyewear. » zum Artikel

The same augmented reality that makes games more immersive will make in-car navigation more vivid

Augmented reality is coming to cars, with navigation in mind rather than art or entertainment. Mercedes-Benz is developing augmented reality for its in-car navigation system. Similar to what Audi A3 owners can do with an iPhone app (though just in Germany for now), these overlays will run on the in-car touchscreen as you drive around town. » zum Artikel

Mobile Next.0: Five business scenarios for the wearable, augmented-reality era

As mobile computing evolves, two of the most interesting developments now emerging are wearable devices and augmented-reality applications. And if mobile computing has taught us anything, it's that the old consumer/enterprise technology divide is disappearing. If users buy a device that they can use for business, they will use it for business. With that in mind, I want to review five business scenarios ... » zum Artikel

Gizmo uses augmented reality to bring greeting cards into the 21st century

Even in this digital age, there's something intimate about receiving an old-fashioned paper greeting card or a handwritten letter. As you might expect, greeting card companies are looking to bridge the gap between analog and digital with the likes of e-cards, and some are even experimenting with augmented reality (AR) cards. San Francisco-based designer John Littleboy wants to combine the best of ... » zum Artikel

Augmented reality blocks let you play with the elements without goggles or gloves

Elements 4D Interactive Blocks are the latest creation from augmented reality (AR) app developer Daqri. The faces of each individual block display a carving of a different element from the periodic table, which you can directly interact with using Daqri's AR app. » zum Artikel

Nokia asks British graduates to collaborate on augmented reality job search app

Finnish mobile phone giant Nokia is asking British graduates on the Entrepreneur First start-up accelerator programme to improve its career services app, JobLens. » zum Artikel

Nokia asks British graduates to collaborate on augmented reality job search app

Finnish mobile phone giant Nokia is asking British graduates on the Entrepreneur First start-up accelerator programme to improve its career services app, JobLens. » zum Artikel

Nokia asks British graduates to collaborate on augmented reality job search app

Finnish mobile phone giant Nokia is asking British graduates on the Entrepreneur First start-up accelerator programme to improve its career services app, JobLens. » zum Artikel

Pioneer launches car navigation with augmented reality, heads-up displays

Japan's Pioneer has launched a car navigation system that uses heads-up displays and virtual reality to guide drivers. » zum Artikel

Yes, there's a trade show for augmented reality, and its demos are enchanting

Across the street from the Great America amusement park, a small gathering of augmented reality enthusiasts were building an amusement park of their own. Armed with iPads, Android phones, and high-tech headsets, the people of the Augmented World Expo set about creating a more exciting reality. » zum Artikel

Augmented reality firm Metaio claims 50,000 developers

Augmented reality software firm Metaio has announced that there are now 50,000 developers working on its platform, with more than 1,000 published applications across enterprise, industrial, publishing and retail. » zum Artikel

Experience fully augmented reality with the meta 1

Geekdom is marching ever closer to the sorts of sci-fi computer interfaces we've been squawking over. Naturally, some milestones are larger than others, such as the meta 1 augmented reality glasses (funding through June 16). After years in the lab, meta's team is now ready to release the first edition of its development kit. » zum Artikel

Google I/O After Hours: Robot bartenders, augmented reality and Billy Idol

Despite being generally great people with scintillating social skills and lots of interesting things to say, technology reporters unaccountably don't get invited to a lot of parties. I can't understand why. » zum Artikel

Pioneer to crowdsource car navigation, add augmented reality

Pioneer will soon launch a new car navigation system in Japan that uses dashboard cameras to scan the road ahead for approaching street signs and other cars, and will share images of road conditions with other vehicles. » zum Artikel

Details zu Google Glass vorgestellt

Augmented Reality wird nutzbar : Details zu Google Glass vorgestellt (Foto: Google)
Augmented Reality wird nutzbar : Die Datenbrillen werden an erste Tester ausgeliefert. Neben Einzelheiten zu Software und Hardware wurde auch bekannt, wie restriktiv Google den Umgang der ersten Nutzer mit der Brille regelt. » zum Artikel
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    Andrea König lebt als freie Journalistin in Hamburg. Arbeiten von ihr wurden unter anderem in der Süddeutschen Zeitung und im Focus veröffentlicht, seit 2008 schreibt sie auch für CIO. Die Schwerpunkte Ihrer Arbeit für die Redaktion sind Themen rund um Karriere, soziale Netzwerke, die Zukunft der Arbeit und Buchtipps für Manager.

Shining light on virtual reality: Busting the 5 most inaccurate Oculus Rift myths

Everything you've heard about the Oculus Rift is wrong. » zum Artikel

7 Consumer-Trends, die die Arbeitswelt verändern

Von Gamification bis zum Smartphone-Server: 7 Consumer-Trends, die die Arbeitswelt verändern (Foto: Valenty - Fotolia.com)
Von Gamification bis zum Smartphone-Server: Zur Konsumerisierung der IT zählen weit mehr als Smartphones und Tablets im Büro. Auch intuitivere Benutzeroberflächen, virtuelle Assistenten und 3D-Drucker werden sich im Unternehmensumfeld etablieren. » zum Artikel
  • Andrea König
    Andrea König


    Andrea König lebt als freie Journalistin in Hamburg. Arbeiten von ihr wurden unter anderem in der Süddeutschen Zeitung und im Focus veröffentlicht, seit 2008 schreibt sie auch für CIO. Die Schwerpunkte Ihrer Arbeit für die Redaktion sind Themen rund um Karriere, soziale Netzwerke, die Zukunft der Arbeit und Buchtipps für Manager.

Wie der Daimler-CIO Lieferwagen baut

Mercedes Benz Vans: Wie der Daimler-CIO Lieferwagen baut (Foto: Daimler)
Mercedes Benz Vans: Daimler-CIO Michael Gorriz baut an vier Stellen an den Lieferwagen von Mercedes-Benz mit. Zweimal hilft die Unternehmens-IT den Konstrukteuren, zweimal den Kunden mit Augmented Reality. » zum Artikel

VR, gesture-control tech superpowers join forces to create the Immersive Tech Alliance

You may or may not be able to keep your lunch down while using the Oculus Rift, but you can probably expect a lot more tech like it in the not-too-distant future. Oculus VR, EA, Epson, Panasonic, and a number of other companies, universities, and industry organizations have come together to form the Immersive Technology Alliance (ITA), a consortium dedicated to making advances in augmented and virtual ... » zum Artikel

Google demos play up the gaming potential of Glass

Google is hyping the gaming capabilities of Google Glass as we move towards the official roll out expected later in 2014. The search giant recently released a demo video showing off five "mini-games" designed to take advantage of Glass' various sensors, such as the gyroscope and accelerometer, as well as features such as voice activation. » zum Artikel

Glass Glut: Atheer, Meta join the smart glasses fray

Another day, another batch of startups with augmented reality glasses. » zum Artikel

Move over Morpheus: Microsoft reportedly developing Xbox VR headset

Sony is the talk of the Game Developers Conference thanks to its Project Morpheus virtual reality (VR) headset designed for the PlayStation 4. Morpheus isn't the first mass market VR headset we've seen, but it is significant since it is the first such headset to be formally introduced from a major console maker--no, Nintendo's Virtual Boy doesn't count. » zum Artikel

Why wearable computing is waiting for A.I.

When we look at wearable computers -- smart glasses like Google Glass or smart watches like Pebble -- we tend to think of tiny mobile computers that are somehow attached to our bodies or clothing. » zum Artikel

GlassUp smartglasses: A more tasteful, simplified take on wearable face tech

It's impossible to judge the value of a product that's still in the prototype stage, but if nothing else, the GlassUp augmented-reality smartglasses promise to address two problems with Google Glass: They make a slightly less nerdy fashion statement, and they place overlaid content closer to the center of your sight line, theoretically mitigating eyestrain. » zum Artikel


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The year was 2009. The iPhone was still a relatively fresh young face, and a newfangled technology called "augmented reality," or AR, was giving iOS users a few fancy parlor tricks to try out with their smartphones. Layar was the biggest name in mobile AR back then--and now it makes a return on a smartglasses platform that needs some AR mojo.
Hewlett-Packard has found some success with a platform, called Aurasma, that provides augmented reality services to portable devices.
Turn back your technology clock to April 5, 2012, the day Google introduced wearable tech to mainstream consumers, and permanently changed the trajectory of mobile hardware. Google, if you'll remember, released a provocative video for what was then called Project Glass. The video showed what it's like to wear smartglasses with full augmented reality overlays from morning until dusk.