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Meta1 Augmented Reality 3D Glasses

Augmented Reality (AR) is stereoscopic Virtual Reality (VR) mixed with the real world around us.  The future of augmented Reality will be something like Meta (Portola Valley, CA, USA) envisions it: seeing the actual, natural world in front of you through transparent lenses, overlaid with virtual information with which you interact using your hands and voice.

Meta1's SpaceGlasses are now shipping to early 'prosumer' adopters and you can pre-order the Meta1 developer's kit described here under.

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Holo-Gauze, a 3D Display Revolutionizing the 3D Projection Market

Holotronica has just announced the official launch of Holo-Gauze, a 3D display solution designed to revolutionize the 3D projection market.

More affordable than traditional Pepper’s Ghost systems and easier to transport, Holo-Gauze comprises a metallic, highly-transparent gauze and is designed to be used with 3D polarized projection systems – utilizing standard polazized passive glasses – and can also achieve realistic 2D hologram effects.

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Orbulus, the Android 3D Virtual Reality All of Us Needed

Orbulus is a brand new virtual reality (VR) experience software for Android mobile devices. It supports most 3D content viewers, such as Durovis Dive, Altergaze and is also supposed to be compatible with the soon available Gear VR from Samsung.

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The Ultimate Virtual Reality Headset

ImmersiON (USA) announced today its strategic fusion with VRelia (Spain). This partnership fusions ImmersiON’s HMD/HUD technology roadmap with the Professional Head Mounted Display business unit of VRelia to provide the user with an unparalleled experience.

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Google Cardboard Stereoscope

The Google Cardboard is a stereoscopic 3D viewer that is flat-packed with Ikea-style assembly instructions. What you assemble is something like a cardboard Viewmaster. The eye holes have convex plastic lenses that act like magnifying glasses. The top is secured with Velcro that you peel back to insert your smartphone.A rubber band provides enough friction so your phone stays in place and an NFC panel triggers either the Google I/O app or the accompanying Cardboard app. Video demo here under.

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