Amazon Wants To Beam Augmented Reality Into Your Living Room
Aaron Tilley, Dec 1, 2015 @ 10:42 PM http://www.forbes.com/sites/aarontilley/2015/12/01/amazon-wants-to-bring-augmented-reality-into-your-living-room
Amazon has built up a nice little collection of devices at its Palo Alto, Calif.-based hardware division, Lab126.
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Colleges begin to take virtual reality seriously
the power of VR goes beyond simply recruiting. The University of Michigan uses the technology as a learning tool, and by instituting a virtual reality “cave” they’ve allowed engineering students to interact with virtual structures as they “come together, buckle and collapse.” Instead of relying on physical models—which tend to be large, expensive, and slow to build—a student using the MIDEN VR cave can fly around a virtual structure to study mechanical connections.
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New Horizon Report 2015 K12 Edition
Will Virtual Reality Stake Its Claim in K–12 Classrooms?
More on virtual reality in this IMS blog: