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Virtual Reality Is a Prescription for Healthcare Education Poornima Apte
VR and AR are emerging as complements to a cadaver-only approach in medical education. The tech works in tandem to revolutionize surgical teaching.

New Tech Tuesdays: Virtual and Augmented Reality Is Helping to Expand Our Horizons Tommy Cummings
In this week's New Tech Tuesday, we'll look at products from Texas Instruments and Maxim Integrated that enhance VR and AR experiences.

Microchip and the Changing Automotive Reality Jon Gabay
New integrated circuits for modern cars help design engineers integrate more effective engine control, augmented reality, and virtual reality systems that improve performance, fuel efficiency, comfort, and safety.

How AR and VR Are Reconstructing the Landscape Poornima Apte
AR and VR are two of the many advanced technologies that will work in concert with others, such as cloud-based BIM, AI, and ML, to revolutionize how construction projects are designed and executed. Here’s how AR and VR can help the construction (and manufacturing) industries do more with less.

CES 2019: Defining a New Smarter Society For Us All Mouser Staff
The 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) brought together a mind-blowing myriad of different product innovations. With a projected 180,000 people and nearly 4,500 companies attending, there simply isn’t another tech-related event that competes with this in terms of either scale or diversity.

Flying Ostriches and Other New World Realities Explored David Fambrough
Have you seen the recent Samsung commercial where a curious ostrich suddenly finds itself wearing a Virtual Reality headset solely by accident, and how it is presented with the idea of flight for the first time? Inspired by a new reality, the ostrich runs and flails its wings until one day it magically takes flight. (Yes, many of us TV viewers and the other ostriches watched on in disbelief—captivated.) It’s truly amazing what new worlds of opportunity this technology brings. And it’s not limited to only gaming or enhancing television.

Enterprise Drives Augmented Reality Demand Steven Keeping
While many things that Google comes up with seemingly turn to gold, Google Glass wasn’t one of them. In fact, according to Forbes magazine, the company’s augmented reality (AR) headset will go down in the annals of bad product launches. But the launch of “Glass Enterprise Edition” targets industrial workplaces and boasts several upgrades over the consumer product—including a better camera, faster microprocessor, improved Wi-Fi, and longer battery life—which offer new potential for the technology.

Shaping Smarter Cities: More Than Meets the Eye: Augmented Reality in Medical Applications Paul Pickering
Augmented reality applications like vein illumination and surgical navigation highlight the potential for changing medical education and practice.

Shaping Smarter Cities: Augmented Reality Puts Surgeons on the Cutting Edge Rick DeMeis
Using augmented reality, medical practitioners can simulate procedures, gain visibility into the human body, and learn more quickly and efficiently.

Shaping Smarter Cities: Augmented Reality Engages K-12 Students, Improves Learning Jose Chavez
Augmented reality is challenging traditional K-12 teaching methods by simultaneously meeting visual, auditory, and kinesthetic learning styles.

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