Every week, we share nine XR stories from around the web that caught our eyes here at TheVirtualReport.biz:
Crunchbase crunches the numbers to see XR had a slow Q1, but 2017 investment on par with 2016 overall.
The New York Times on how smartphone AR is a stopgap to the inevitable rise of wearables.
Venturbeat looks at the ways AR will change our lives, from indexing, commuting and translating to its role as an everday interface for AI.
Wired interviews one of the pioneers of 90s VR and talk about his new book, Dawn of the New Everything.
Free white paper by Ryan Martin, ABI Research Senior Analyst
Tech Live Look allows the technical-support team to take screenshots or send technical bulletins and instructions onto the projection surface of the smart glasses while the service technician is working on the vehicle.
National Defense magazine says, ‘The service must resist “the cool factor” and not rush to acquire the new wave of technologies until it fully understands how they can be used.
Markus Giesler with Ben Kornacki, Kateryna Derzhavina, Nicholas Richards, Shaoning Wei, Sina Alipour-Nazari, and Sophie Lee.
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