This week, I took a bit of a stretch and wrote about augmented reality on active information. Since AR applications involve superimposing data/information within an individual’s active context, it felt like a fit to me. Plus, it’s interesting.
My post starts with a piece from the WSJ on augmented reality glass and then touches on other uses, such as in consumer products and for office productivity.
Even if none of that sounds relevant to you, you should still check out Marco Tempest’s TED Talk: A magical tale (with augmented reality).
My post on HPIO: Activating information and business via Augmente… – Input Output.