Tuesday, 18th February 2020
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UK’s first augmented reality and street art gallery to open in Birmingham

The UK’s first Augmented Reality (AR) art and street art gallery is to open in the heart of Birmingham’s creative quarter.

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Royal Navy goes virtual

The Royal Navy’s Pac 24 RHIBs are used for search and rescue, transferring stores and people, research and reconnaissance. Several shore establishments operate RHIBs and use them to train and maintain the skill set of sailors who have been selected for the demanding duty of coxswain at sea.

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AR and VR market 'volatile but promising'

The market for extended reality devices shows the typical signs of early volatility, but the long-term outlook for the technology remains positive.

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AR boosts field worker efficiency

Virtusa has introduced new capabilities, including augmented reality (AR) based test and diagnostic capabilities to improve the efficiency of field force workers and help them improve customer service while reducing average handling time.

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The power of Virtual Reality to reduce pain for hospitalised children

New Lenovo global survey confirms 84 per cent of people believe technology can help address and solve big global problems, including in the health care field.

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Virtual reality improves nursing education

Virtual Reality (VR) simulation allows nursing students at the University of New England to practice caring for acutely ill virtual patients within an immersive, realistic setting.

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The high pace of expansion taking place in the global healthcare industry and adoption of advanced t...
According to research by Digi-Capital, Europe will account for a quarter of the global AR, VR and MR...
ABI Research’s latest market tracker report pinpoints more than 80 new companies in the AR and VR sp...
New Lenovo global survey confirms 84 per cent of people believe technology can help address and solv...
Creating a buoyant marketplace for Virtual Reality (VR) in the future will depend on high-quality an...
Technology advancements and lower costs will result in 20 million smart glass shipments in 2024.
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