Are smart glasses dead?
Google is still eyeing the market for smart glasses, according to the patent spotters at Patently Apple. Instead, Google is putting its focus on making a believable wearable implementation reminiscent of sunglasses.
Whats wrong with AR?
Poor Quality of Content & Use Cases While AR technology is rapidly developing and gradually expanding its scope - the problem with its use cases and the content remains. It is currently leading the top of unsolved problems in augmented reality in terms of being threatening to derail an industry.
What are the ethical issues with AR?
The main ethical challenges in terms of AR implementation include facial recognition and anonymity, mental and social side effects, unrealistic expectations, reality distortion, and manipulation.
What is the future of augmented reality?
Its worth exploring the different avenues and trends that drive the surging augmented reality market. By the end of 2020, AR active devices were estimated to rise to 598 million units and are projected to grow to 1.73 billion by 2024.
What is the problem with virtual reality?
Nausea, dizziness, disorientation and a number of other motion-sickness related symptoms are common with many VR users and this is exacerbated by the nature of virtual reality: The players eyes tell their brain they are walking, while their body tells them that they are still.
Will augmented reality take off?
Augmented reality technology is becoming more widely available to consumers. As more consumers adopt augmented reality technology, AR will move into the mainstream and cease to be viewed as a niche technology. 2020 marked a significant period of growth for AR, with 2021 set to further expand on this.