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Mobile Augmented Reality – One Step Beyond
Augmented Reality cannot really be called a ‘new technology’, but for first time it is available and ready to change the way people will interact with the world. Atos sees augmented reality becoming a part of everyone’s reality in the next few years, transforming mobiles into advanced sensors and lives into connected networks.
Augmented Reality Services are likely to emerge from different sectors crossing over current niches to generate direct benefits to users, businesses and workers. Atos also expects that the natural evolution of the technology will transform the mobile device into a router for other Augmented Reality peripherals, like glasses or car windshields, integrating different Context-Enriched Services that will be born in the next years.
Earlier this year, as part of my work in the Atos Scientific Community, I published a whitepaper titled “Mobile Augmented Reality – One Step Beyond”, which you can find here in the Atos site. This whitepaper introduced the latest developments in Mobile Augmented Reality and summarized the challenges and opportunities for the coming years. I recommend all of you to read it and comment here how you see this introduction of Mobile Augmented Reality.Tweet