AR Weekly Digest #65

 1. Aberdeen Bus Company Launches Augmented Reality Experience for Passengers To attract more people to take the bus, the public transit system in Aberdeen, Scotland placed augmented reality technology at the backs of the First Aberdeen bus seats and allows passengers to view interactive content when they scan the trigger with their smart devices. A choice of…

AR Weekly Digest #64

1. Google Glass Takes NHL Viewing Experience to a New Level Technology continues to change the way hockey fans watch the sport. Going to an NHL is already a great experience for many with jumbotrons and HD displays providing replays in high detail as soon as the happen on the ice. But now it’s about to…

Experimenting with Oculus Rift

Have you tried Oculus Rift headset? If you have, then it should not be difficult for you to understand our excitement about it.. “That’s a big field for experiments”, – thought our developers. “That could be a profitable idea”, – thought marketing department. Nearly instantly the idea to adjust our iPad app ARHouse to be…

AR Weekly Digest #63

1. Augmented Reality Makeup Technology from ModiFace The company known for facial-recognition, ModiFace, presented its 3D Augmented Reality Makeup and Anti-Aging Mirror at 2014 CES conference. The mirror can help women try different makeup products in real-time. It’s intended to used in malls, beauty clinics and plastic surgeons’ practices. The interesting part is that the system generates a variety…

Augmented Pixels releases ShowInRoom application enabling virtual furniture shopping

January 8, 2013 – Augmented Pixels, one of the leading providers of mobile Augmented Reality solutions and services presents its new mobile tool ShowInRoom for the furniture shopping. ShowInRoom provides furniture retailers, distributors and manufacturers with an Augmented Reality platform that facilitates the purchase of home or office furniture by potential customers. Furniture shopping is…

AR Weekly Digest #62

1. PEPSI Cans Feature Augmented Reality App Pepsi is activating nearly 20 million cans in the Northeast United States with augmented reality as part of a bigger digital marketing campaign around the Super Bowl in 2015. Cooperating with Blippar Pepsi placed NFL logo on regular Pepsi, Pepsi Next and Pepsi Max cans and 20-ounce bottles. To activate the campaign, consumers…