Interessante Artikel / Berichte zum Thema AR

Dieses Thema im Forum "AR Allgemeine Themen" wurde erstellt von Believer, 16. August 2016.

  1. Recht interessantes Konzept von der Universität in Rochester (New York), welche AR-Brillen (VR ebenso) in der Größe von handelsüblichen Brillen ermöglicht und ohne nennenswerte Einschränkungen bezüglich z.B. des FOV.

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    A new way to make AR/VR glasses

    A metaform is a new optical component that Rochester researchers say can combine with freeform optics to create the next generation of AR/VR headsets and eyewear. (University of Rochester illustration / Michael Osadciw) University of Rochester researchers combine freeform optics and a metasurface to avoid ‘bug eyes’ “Image” is everything in the $20 billion market for AR/VR glasses. Consumers are looking for glasses that are compact and easy to wear, delivering high-quality imagery with socially acceptable optics that don’t look like “bug eyes.” University of Rochester researchers at the Institute of Optics have come up with a novel technology to deliver those attributes with maximum effect. In a paper in Science Advances, they describe imprinting freeform optics with a nanophotonic optical element called “a metasurface.” The metasurface is a veritable forest of tiny, silver, nanoscale structures on a thin metallic film that conforms, in this advance, to the freeform shape of the optics—realizing a new optical component the researchers call a metaform. The metaform is able to defy the conventional laws of reflection, gathering the visible light rays entering an AR/VR eyepiece from all directions, and redirecting them directly into the human eye. Weiterlesen →

     
  2. Könnte man das ganze bereits als AR bezeichnen, Project Starline von Google soll 3D Videokonferenzen ermöglichen.

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    Project Starline: Feel like you're there, together

    Imagine looking through a sort of magic window, and through that window, you see another person, life-size and in three dimensions. You can talk naturally, gesture and make eye contact. Imagine looking through a sort of magic window, and through that window, you see another person, life-size and in three dimensions. You can talk naturally, gesture and make eye contact. Project Starline is currently available in just a few of our offices and it relies on custom-built hardware and highly specialized equipment. We believe this is where person-to-person communication technology can and should go, and in time, our goal is to make this technology more affordable and accessible, including bringing some of these technical advancements into our suite of communication products. Weiterlesen →

     
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  3. Eigentlich ist es ja nur 3D Videotelefonie, also Skype, Facetime nur mit 3D Effekt. Aber wenn die Auflösung und der Wiedergabe Monitor so groß sind, dass sie die Darstellung im Maßstab 1:1 in einer guten Auflösung erlauben, ist der Effekt sicher erstaunlich.

    Frage mich dabei allerdings, was die technischen Anforderungen eben an die o.g. Elemente sind und wie weit das damit noch vom Einsatz durch Konsumenten ist. Scheint ja bislang nur in ein paar wenigen Google Büro's zu stehen, was daher wohl bedeutet, dass es noch sehr weit entfernt ist von Konsumententechnologie.
     
  4. Recht interessante Aussichten welche eeNewsEurope da aufstellt:

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    Europe looks to the end of the mobile phone

    Marco Angelici, MEMS Micro Actuators Business Unit Director at STMicroelectronics talks to Nick Flaherty about the development of laser based AR systems as the next generation of communication devices
    The recent $500m deal for Snap to buy a key supplier for its AR glasses, Oxford-based WaveOptics, has much wider implications. Suppliers are seeing the mobile phone market plateau, and augmented reality systems are the next display technology. Like mobile phones, European companies are playing a key role in the developing technology. Weiterlesen →
     

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