Niantic is working with Qualcomm to build 5G-ready AR glasses. Qualcomm announced XR2, a new chipset platform built specifically to power augmented reality and virtual reality devices. Shortly thereafter, Niantic CTO Phil Keslin took the stage to announce that they’ve joined Qualcomm in a “multi-year collaboration” on this project.
Shipments of surveillance cameras for public safety, law enforcement, and anti-terrorist government projects and other deployments will reach 135 million units in 2024, while cameras worn on the body and embedded in glasses will reach 1.6 million units that year to supply law enforcement initiatives.
Agropur wants to keep the shopper’s attention span focused in a crowded environment, engaging and educating them on the spot in tactile, customized, and responsive ways. TechTAP’s displays create an immersive sensory space that redefines the consumer’s assumptions of the retail experience while capturing data to further drive upstream decisions.
Chinese regulators have announced new rules governing video and audio content online, including a ban on the publishing and distribution of “fake news” created with technologies such as artificial intelligence and virtual reality. Any use of AI or virtual reality also needs to be clearly marked in a prominent manner, and failure to follow the rules could be considered a criminal offense, the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) said on its website.
Japan Display Inc. (JDI) announced this week that it has completed development of its first Micro LED module. The prototype of the Micro LED module, which is a potential building block for next generation displays and TVs, offers a 265 PPI pixel density. JDI will be demonstrating the module at Fintech Japan 2019 later this week. The prototype uses gallium nitride LED chips developed by glo (a Micro LED pioneer) and JDI’s LTPS backplane.
Interactive 3D images that appear to float in the air, above a table that a group of people can stand around without needing any special headsets or glasses: that's what South Australian company Voxon Photonics has built with its US$10,000 VX1 table. It operates more or less exactly like the hologram table in Star Wars, albeit usually with a glass dome over the top of it, and can display an 18x18x8 centimeter holographic image, video, game or interactive data visualization.
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