I have written about the exciting possibilities augmented and mediated reality may enable over the past few years. In this latest article in SIGNAL Magazine, I discuss some key areas where AR apps are ripe for development and procurement within the DoD.
In case you missed it, please check out my publication last month in SIGNAL Magazine on the topic of augmented reality and some of the ways this emerging technology could be used in the military.
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Microsoft HoloLens is the first large scale commercial move for augmented reality technology. If you have not seen their promotional videos you should watch the following before you continue reading: Though Google Glasses may be dead or on hold, Microsoft is not alone in trying to get a product to market. Sony as well is … More Seven Use Cases for Augmented Realty in the Military
If you have not yet heard of the new goggles being developed by Mini Cooper please check out this short clip from C/NET. There is probably only a small group of Mini enthusiast that will want to take these goggles on. However, I think in sectors where folks wear safety glasses or helmets anyway while … More Mini Cooper’s Augmented Reality Goggles – What Are the Use Cases in the Military?
Augmented Reality’s (AR) time has come. As AR applications and devices begin to move from early adopters to mass commercialization military communicators will face the challenge of integrating this new disruptive technology into the ranks of the military. Google Glass may now be dead, but there are still plenty of folks looking into this technology. Convince … More Augmented Reality in the Military