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What you need to know about the metaverse office of the future

Yes, the vast array of technologies that fall under the “metaverse” umbrella will come to the workplace. But, no, we will not work in the metaverse.


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Has Apple invented one ring to rule them all?

Apple may have patented a smart ring to help make the multiverse a productive space.

From AI to cloud-native – is your organisation future-ready?

Siggraph preview: How Nvidia envisions the omniverse as a powerful productivity tool

It’s not enough to have cutting-edge technology; you also have to sell it if you’re going to be successful.

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The evolution (and eventual end) of computer monitors

For 40 years or so, we've used computer monitors to work with our desktops and laptops. But as as head-mounted displays advance, how we see the online world is going to change.

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How Apple plans to dent reality in the next 12 months

Apple is preparing its late 2022/early 2023 product salvo. What might this mean for your business?

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Human digital twins and evolution: The real Westworld?

At the moment, digital twins are rudimentary and limited. But as they evolve, could we wind up with Westworld-type twins that could be a boon to productivity?

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Apple doesn’t want a metaverse, it wants a better universe

Apple will want to take AR to the intersection of technology and the liberal arts to augment and enhance human capabilities.

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Apple isn’t saying too much, but AR is everywhere at WWDC

Though Apple didn't say anything this week about the augmented reality glasses most people assume it's working on, AR is in the air at WWDC.

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Why Apple worries about photography on the iPhone

Lights, smartphone cameras, action — and AR!

Apple is building a transformative platform for AR

Meta won’t matter much once Apple shares what it has been working on.

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What’s so great about Google’s ‘translation glasses’?

Forget language translation. This is Google Glass, but socially acceptable this time. And it could open a lot of AR doors.

How multiverse simulation can speed up innovation

When it comes to research and development for new products, time matters. And multiverse simulations can shave off years from start to final product. Just ask the military.

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Google acquires Raxium in augmented reality push

Google is pushing forward with its AR ambitions by acquiring the microLED startup Raxium for an undisclosed amount.

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Apple calls out Meta for hypocrisy

Meta’s poked its face out the book as it admits plans to levy a 47.5% commission on virtual transactions in its metaverse.

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Will your company embrace AR for training?

Here's a short look at some of the use cases to support AR/VR in enterprise and government staff development and training.

Are augmented and virtual reality finally gaining traction?

COVID-19 was a game-changer for videoconferencing. Virtual worlds may be the logical next step.

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Nvidia GTC: Building the digital you

In the not-too-distant future, we could all be running around in multiple places as digital avatars.

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Enterprise AR will be dominated by Apple and Magic Leap

Magic Leap's next-gen headset has two features that make it great for enterprise applications.

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Are we destined to work in the metaverse?

Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg says we'll eventually work all day in virtual reality. I think he's wrong; here's why.

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