Augmented Reality, a few Creative Uses
June 16, 2017 |
Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality |
By Daniel St-Pierre
11 Creative Uses Of Augmented Reality In Marketing And Advertising, Oracle shows why Augmented Reality is here to stay in the enterprise, Virtual Reality can help alleviate pain, Can Virtual Reality make visiting the dentist bearable? 8 Ways Technology Is Improving Your Health and How Climate Change is Affecting Europe Now are a few articles that caught our attention this week.
11 Creative Uses Of Augmented Reality In Marketing And Advertising
The technology has significantly grown in popularity over the last few years, and the AR market is expected to continue this trend; it’s projected to reach $117.4 billion by 2022… Read the full story on Forbes!
Augmented reality: Oracle builds a compelling case
A demonstration at Oracle’s Modern Customer Experience conference shows why Augmented Reality is here to stay in the enterprise… Read more on ZD Net
8 Ways Technology Is Improving Your Health
We hear all the time about how technology is bad for us. Since the introduction of computers. Even people working on App Development have the same issues, we spend more time sitting at a desk than moving around at work. Read more on Positive Health Wellness
Can Virtual Reality can help alleviate pain? Science says it can
With all my readings on Virtual Reality, I’ve learned about some proven techniques and promising research when it comes to using VR for pain & anxiety management… Read a full story on Mercury News or discover what Epionia can do for patients
Can virtual reality make visiting the dentist bearable? Science says it can
Visiting the dentist does not have to be so detestable, though. Researchers used virtual reality to calm patients in a new study… and the patients reported promising results. Read all about it on Digital Trends
Virtual Reality Report: How Climate Change is Affecting Europe Now (watch in VR)In the north, reindeer are starving. In the south, nature reserves are turning into deserts. This isn’t a dystopian future but the reality of the present. All over Europe, climate change is forcing humans and animals to adapt or abandon their homes. Watch it in VR on Euro News