The Economist posted a well-thought article on their website on April 14th 2016 calling Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality as close cousins. The article had an interesting analogy of the immersive experience of a simulated world on Virtual Reality to the well-acclaimed movie “The Matrix”. The same article draws an analogy of the more real world yer pre-programmed experience of Augmented Reality to the widely popular movie “The Terminator”. Continue Reading
Virtual Reality Or Augmented Reality – Oxymorons?
The seeds for Remote Assisted Reality were sown about three years ago to fill a void in the enterprise applications space and has made rapid strides ever since to gain enterprise grade maturity. For decades, organizations have been clamoring for real time situational awareness in real life business scenarios. Virtual Reality related technologies provided a ray of hope to fill this void. However the very nature of operation of VR under a simulated environment of pre-programmed scenarios and outcomes, defeated the purpose of being able to address the true reality happening in real time in real life business scenarios. Augmented Reality (AR) based technologies Continue Reading
Remote Assisted Reality based technology brought into the market by San Diego based Visual Mobility Inc. is leading the charge to bind communities, businesses and governments together anywhere in the world.
The National Geographic held a screening of a new documentary called “Worlds Smart Cities” in May of last Year in San Diego. In this documentary San Diego was profiled for its’ ground breaking advancements in life improvement and focused on three key areas, Talent, Innovation and Technology. The program which airs on the National Geographic Channel, illustrates how San Diego’s city officials worked with key businesses, to develop and promote community improvement solutions that bolster San Diego’s citizen’s quality of life and accentuate their ability to live and play well.