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All directions for One Direction

22 November 2013 in -e.showcase

Tomorrow is 1D Day for One Direction as the boy band features in a mammoth, global seven-hour stream on YouTube, with Sony Music also tying up with Zappar for an augmented reality app comprising exclusive videos, imagery and interactive features.

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Audi to app manual

16 August 2013 in -e.mobile

Audi has teamed with Metaio to roll out the Audi A3 eKurzinfo augmented reality mobile app manual for the A3. The app can recognise more than 300 individual elements of the vehicle.

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Augmented Pompey

6 August 2013 in -e.mobile

Portsmouth FC have joined forces with Navigate Digital and Blippar to add augmented reality features to the football club’s match programme.

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An era of AR

10 July 2013 in -e.mobile

Developer investment in augmented reality apps will total $670 million this year as AR becomes an everyday part of mobile experiences, especially in the domain of retail and marketing, according to a new market forecast from ABI Research.

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Bookmarking AR

26 June 2013 in -e.showcase

Pan Macmillan has published two books – Peter James’ Dead Man’s Time and Reviver by Seth Patrick – which the publisher claims are among the first to incorporate augmented reality.

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Audi augments vehicle vision

21 May 2013 in -e.mobile

Audi has launched Audi Vision, an augmented reality app which will enable users to unlock the car brand’s latest brochure and fire up video, sound and additional images and info.

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Mags going mobile

18 April 2013 in -e.mobile

There were close to 8,500 mobile experiences provided by the top 100 US magazines in 2012, with augmented reality comprising almost 10% of all mobile activation points, according to Nellymoser metrics.

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Land Rover augments the build

21 March 2013 in -e.showcase

The Land Rover now boasts an experiential centre in Solihull in the UK with augmented reality at the heart of a 3D show where the brand constructs a vehicle is constructed in front of the visitor’s eyes.

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Latest News

LinkedIn?

31 October 2014 in -e.social

The most incomprehensible social network? That would be LinkedIn, according to UK consumers.

Glass begone

31 October 2014 in -e.mobile

The US Motion Picture Association of America and the National Association of Theatre Owners is banning wearers of Google Glass and other wearables from entering cinema.

Go slow mobile

30 October 2014 in -e.mobile

Over 9o% of global consumers turn to a competitor site if they find that their first mobile destination choice is offering a poor experience, says Netbiscuits,

Lyft, Luxe and Shuddle

29 October 2014 in -e.showcase

Start-up watch: San Francisco is home to sharing economy outfits Uber and Lyft can also boast car start-ups Luxe Valet and Shuddle.

Screen nation

28 October 2014 in -e.showcase

The UK is a leading multiscreen nation, able to boast an average 3.1 connected devices per person, compared to Germany’s 2.4 and Japan’s mere 2.3, according to the Google Consumer Barometer.

Silicon sales

28 October 2014 in -e.showcase

The fastest-growing companies in Silicon Valley? Forget those social networking and mobile app outfits.

Working Glass

27 October 2014 in -e.showcase

Google has announced five new partners for its Glass At Work programme, the initiative the company launched earlier this year to deliver business solutions for Glass wearable technology.

Beacon benched

24 October 2014 in -e.showcase

Los Angeles bus benches are hosting beacons to give municipalities, museums, brands and retailers to disseminate information.

Bearable wearables?

24 October 2014 in -e.online

Wearable metrics: Fifty seven percent of consumers believe that people will end up relying more on their wearable devices than on friends and families.