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DreamWorld Pushes the AR Envelope at CES 2018

Dr. Zhangyi Zhong, CEO Dreamworld at CES 2018With the exhibits shutting down in the last minutes of CES 2018, this gem capped off our trip to Las Vegas.

DreamWorld is getting set to launch a brand new augmented reality HMD that features 100 degree FOV, hand tracking, and more.  We were impressed by what we saw.  Check out the interview and see what you think!
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Scale-1 Portal Goes Room-Scale at CES 2018

Sony PlayStation VR Exhibit at CES 2018Check out Scale-1 Portal and their new location-based arcade system that features dual stereoscopic 3D projection and body and hand tracking.  It was a lot of fun!
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Nomadeec Talks Immersive Healthcare at CES 2018

Tomorrow's Vision Today For TelemedicineExplained better in the interview, this picture exemplifies what telemedicine is going to look like in the not too distant future (though with much better technology!).

Nomadeec demonstrates their latest telemedicine software on the Microsoft Hololens which is designed to make it possible for doctors to diagnose and treat patients remotely during emergency on-the-spot care.  This looks to be a very practical use case of immersive technologies like augmented and mixed reality!
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