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The AR Glasses Buyer's Guide officially went live this week as announced at ‪#‎AWE2016‬. Come visit the guide at www.ARGlassesBuyersGuide.com created by Yours Truly ;-).
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Intel's #AugmentedReality plans coming into focus through survey of investments in this space. http://bit.ly/1TAbsuL @SeekingAlpha
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To my faithful followers: an advance look at my latest project: The Augmented Reality Glasses Buyers Guide: http://www.arglassesbuyersguide.com/
Let me know what you think!
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Toshiba scraps #AugmentedReality smart glasses days before launch date due to hemorrhaging from accounting scandal http://bit.ly/1oyA8LR
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What you need to know about investment opportunities in Augmented and Virtual reality.
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A must-read on The Law of Information Accessibility and how augmented reality will make us smarter http://on.tcrn.ch/l/eAOz
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Conferences provide the opportunity to assemble like-minded people together to share and disseminate knowledge and ideas. They provide a place for people to meet face to face and learn about what each other are doing and thinking through formal presentation and informal dialog. They serve as a catalyst for ideas to recombinate and minds to meld and often result in the advancement of research or commercialization.

Here is a list of over 30 taking place throughout the world in 2016. Which ones will you be attending and why? http://bit.ly/1leKizL
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Most applications and use cases for augmented reality are visual in nature. But if you expand the definition of AR to encompass "the enhancement of the information we receive through our senses by adding virtual elements to bring meaning that may not be possible by natural means", this opens up the possibilities for AR to be much, much more to humanity. There are many ways that AR can be employed to assist those with sensory challenges that result in their having a more natural and effective interaction with the world around them. The new Gest gesture recognition device could be hacked to enable such a use case. In this article, several use cases are discussed that can make the world a better place for the deaf, blind, and the verbally or cognitively impaired as well as the population at large. What are your thoughts about the assistive use case promise for AR?
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The latest entrant to the AR game is a welcome contributor. 
"Imagine, maybe, walking down the street and getting a heads-up display for the number of likes a business has. By definition, AR is supposed to augment a user’s vision and give them the capability to do more with the world around them, and Facebook can use that to power a whole suite of new experiences." http://bit.ly/1MfeRf1
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Is galvanic vestibular stimulation the future of VR? Hacking the inner ear to put more "R" in the "V". http://wrd.cm/1UST0Uo via @WIRED
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