Webinar: Augmented Reality Today





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Published on Apr 16, 2014

Webinar: Augmented Reality Today
April 11, 2014 11 AM EDT

Augmented Reality has enormous potential to impact how we learn, live, work and play. Once the technologies are mature and integrated into widely deployed Information Technology and Communication systems, the boundaries between the physical and digital worlds will be far less noticeable. We are just not there...yet.

In this session, we hone in on the current status of Augmented Reality. You will learn where and how to find examples of Augmented Reality in simple objects and places around you.

What are the most common types of AR today?
Who is creating AR experiences?
What are the best examples you can try out today?
What skills or tools do people who create AR have at their disposal?
Which physical world triggers work best with existing technology?
Which YouTube videos show current AR most realistically?
What is the state of the art of AR today?
Speaker: Christine Perey, PEREY Research & Consulting and the AR for Enterprise Alliance

For more on AR visit: http://bit.ly/NdBBEy
For AR events visit: http://bit.ly/1lC5QEp

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