By Fritz Nelson
It is early days for virtual and augmented reality, but those days have been whipped into a frothy frenzy by the omnipresent Google Glass and the much-awaited Oculus Rift. So much so that we will soon see slicker, sleeker, slimmer wearable gear, but also an emerging cottage industry around the technology. Take Augumenta, a Finland software company who this week at Wearable Tech Expo is demonstrating gesture recognition and control of applications that run on augmented reality glasses from ChipSiP and Epson, and Google’s heads up display.
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