Hong Kong – TailorInsight, the fintech market research organization, recently released a research report ‘The AR+AI Interactive Video Technology of WIMI Promotes the Potential Power of the Hologram Industry’. Obviously, the current content and efficiency of e-commerce live broadcasting cannot match the rapid growth of the new market needs of the live broadcasting industry. The live broadcasting market is in urgent need of a new technology that can reduce costs, improve efficiency, enrich content, and improve the live broadcasting data instantly to facilitate the iterative upgrading of the e-commerce industry.
This is the AR/VR virtual live broadcasting technology which is side-by-side with 5G technology and has experienced several verifications in the e-commerce live broadcasting industry. Indeed, in the 5G era, e-commerce live broadcasting will be more and more interesting. Because of the high-speed information transmission of 5G, the anchors on the platform can present consumers with high-definition and high-quality pictures
McCombs Professor preparing to teach his class in a studio
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced business schools to move classes online and limit campus interactions.
While some b-schools initially announced plans to fully open campuses, many quickly revised those plans and, instead, decided to focus on virtual and hybrid learning models.
One b-school, in particular, has come up with a rather creative solution for the virtual learning environment: Hologram professors.
The McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin recently announced plans to launch the classroom of the future with a new 3D immersive video solution that projects a professor into the classroom as a hologram. The b-school has partnered with Austin-based Contextual Content Group to create and implement the video solution.
“We knew we could make the digital experience better,” Joe Stephens, senior assistant dean and director of working professional and executive MBA programs at McCombs,
Hong Kong – TailorInsight, the fintech market research organization, recently released a research report ‘New Hologram AR Technology Is Expected to Make a Breakthrough’. This year, the hot discussion on 5G topics has attracted much attention in the telecom market. With the development of 5G, business development, the 5G market has huge demand and the whole industry chain will be strongly driven. The evolution of 5G new technology opens a new application space in the three scenarios of eMBB, URLLC, and mMTC. 5G will go beyond the scope of communication connections and bring a profound intelligent digital economy revolution through the deep integration of communication, computing, and vertical industries.
At the same time, faster Internet speed will also promote the further development of naked-eye 3D. In the future, you can enjoy the 3D shocking effect without 3D glasses when watching movies. Similar industries are driven by virtual reality and augmented
Hong Kong – With the advent of the technological era, technology has now been fully integrated into our lives. The traces of science and technology can be seen everywhere in our lives, which greatly promotes the development of the era of science and technology. In recent years, AR devices have begun to be used in people’s lives. Meanwhile, AR devices have begun to appear in our lives.
AR glasses have always been a hot technology product that people pay more attention to, because with the rapid development of the technology era, AR devices may eventually replace smartphones. The reason why AR glasses have attracted much attention is mainly that the semi-immersive technology of AR has subverted the way people interact with information in the past, allowing information and vision truly integrated and let us re-perceive the world.
Every day, we are accustomed to obtaining massive amounts of information by moving
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Sep 28, 2020 (AB Digital via COMTEX) —
Video conferencing software developer Zoom was undoubtedly the big winner during the COVID-19 epidemic. Its share price has risen by 569% this year, and its market value has risen to $129 billion. This means that the market value of the company which has only been established for only nine years, has surpassed that of IBM, the veteran tech giant, and twice as much as VMware, the cloud software developer.
Not long ago, Zoom demonstrated its new augmented reality features. Users can now join the 3D virtual scenes and view the virtual scenes without special hardware, but the presenter must wear an AR HMD. The Zoom augmented reality function will only support Meta at first and will support more devices in the future.
HONG KONG, Sept. 28, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Many big tech companies are now developing smart glasses and AR helmets, hoping that they can replace smartphones one day. Microsoft, Google, and Apple all have their own products. If smart glasses can really replace phones and computers, it will certainly be a huge market.
When Google Glass came out, it was said to have attracted lots of attention. The global attention of science and technology was focused on Google Glass; however, the first battle of Google Glass should be regarded as a failure. Google has launched a new version of business Google Glass, adding a lot of AR programs. The map part of the glass is more user-friendly, since it shows the specific route of the map in the glasses, and the parameters of other behaviors can also be seen.
Instead of glasses, Apple introduced a helmet. Apple plans
Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg said he is excited about virtual and augmented reality
He said the future of VR and AR includes the use of holograms
Facebook is currently working on a sleek pair of AR glasses
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said he is “personally” excited about virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) in a recent interview and provided a glimpse into what the company could do with the technology in the future.
It’s no secret that Facebook is interested in AR and VR. The company has released VR headsets via Oculus. Previous reports also indicated that the company is working on AR smart glasses and is racing to get ahead of the competition, namely Apple and Google. These things show the social media company’s desire to become the best in VR/AR.
In a recent interview with YouTube personality Marques Brownlee, Zuckerberg said he sees holographic technology as