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?
Last month, we had the chance to preview Toshiba's new AR solution, the dynaEdge AR100 Smart Glasses and Mobile Mini PC. This enterprise solution retails for $1,900
WaveOptics is pushing a new family of waveguide modules designed for AR glasses that promise full color, relatively high field of view (FoV), lower cost, and more scalable manufacturing processes.
A small company called Adshir promises to bring ray tracing to AR, thus significantly increasing the quality of the images we see.
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