Project Glass, Google's augmented reality smart glasses, is the ultimate expression of the wearable tech trend. Paul Armstrong of TheMediaIsDying says that whether you like it or not, the technology is coming and the changes are going to be profound for the media business.
What would the world look like if we could seamlessly blend our physical and digital environments? In this video, designer Keiichi Matsuda overlays information over physical space in real time to show what augmented reality might be like in the future.
The mobile phone has rapidly become a very essential tool, that we carry with us all the time, everywhere we go. It has become the focus of our communication and information in a hyper-connected world, which tolerates less and less that we disconnect.
Augmented Reality is still emerging out of the woods from a technological and awareness viewpoint and already rising from the hype haze is one of the most synergistic applications yet - 'historical & futuristic' factual stories viewed in contextual location - Situated Documentary.