Rumor indicate Microsoft is prepping the next HoloLens headset. It could be here as early as Q1 2019, and we may see the reveal before the end of the year.
Leap Motion today released the fourth major update to its core software, which includes several improvements to the company’s hand tracking technology.
Leap Motion today released the designs for the Project North Star reference AR headset along with instructions to put it together.
DreamWorld today announced the DreamGlass AR headset development kit, which offers a 90-degree field of view, 2.5K resolution, compatibility with PCs and smartphones, and a Unity SDK.
Apple revealed the second-generation of the company’s ARKit augmented reality development platform. It also introduced a new file format for 3D objects made for AR experiences.
ManoMotion today released version 2.0 of its software development kit for its smartphone hand tracking technology.
Kopin today introduced the Golden-I Infinity smart screen, a voice and gesture-controlled wearable device that works with Android and Windows 10 devices.
Epson today released a new SDK that enables developers to create 3D augmented reality content for its Moverio Smart Glasses lineup.
uSens is bringing its AI-based positional and skeletal tracking technology to the mobile market. The company today announced the uSens AR Hand Tracking SDK for iOS and Android devices.
Qualcomm today introduced the Snapdragon XR1 Platform, the first SoC dedicated exclusively to for extended reality (XR) industry.
Oculus slipped in a mention of AR in its blog post about it's new Terms of Service even though the company doesn’t currently offer AR hardware. Does that mean Oculus has a surprise coming?