Augmented Reality Will Change Your Life

Dated: 08/22/2016

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Have you noticed all the buzz around Pokémon Go? I ask because, even though the game is likely a trend, the technology behind it is amazing. Have you given it a try?

It uses something called ‘augmented reality’ to project images onto our real world when viewed through our camera phones. We’ll be seeing this technology used in a huge variety of applications, including travel, medicine, marketing, and real estate. Personally, I’m anxious to see what’s next.

This article from VentureBeat does a great job of describing what our future may look like. What do you think? I’m excited to see how this will develop.

This is powerful technology, capable of transforming countless sectors. For example, consumers will soon be able to make better use of the thousands of photos taken on their phones and devices. Imagine a built-in AI assistant that can automatically organize images and videos, execute ultra-specific searches in milliseconds, and make sharing recommendations based on subject matter in images. Millions of forgotten photos will suddenly gain new life, and the potential of visual search can be unlocked.

Image recognition enabled by unsupervised learning will make driverless cars exponentially safer. Cars will spot pedestrians with complete clarity, perfectly identify road debris, and follow detours that may not yet be mapped.

In the medical field, doctors in the midst of surgical procedures will be able to get real-time information and comparisons from hundreds of related operations – guiding doctors based on challenges and solutions found all over the world.

The applications are nearly endless. This is powerful technology, capable of transforming countless sectors. For example, consumers will soon be able to make better use of the thousands of photos taken on their phones and devices. Imagine a built-in AI assistant that can automatically organize images and videos, execute ultra-specific searches in milliseconds, and make sharing recommendations based on subject matter in images. Millions of forgotten photos will suddenly gain new life, and the potential of visual search can be unlocked.

Image recognition enabled by unsupervised learning will make driverless cars exponentially safer. Cars will spot pedestrians with complete clarity, perfectly identify road debris, and follow detours that may not yet be mapped.

In the medical field, doctors in the midst of surgical procedures will be able to get real-time information and comparisons from hundreds of related operations – guiding doctors based on challenges and solutions found all over the world.

The applications are nearly endless.  Makes me so grateful our company is on the cutting edge of VR learning - and now I have a new image of where we can go next!!! What are you most excited about experiencing from this technology??  

Traci and Scott Lewis

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