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Augmented Reality Without Smart Glasses

Believe it or not, Smart Glasses are not a new idea. In fact, they were first conceived by Ivan Sutherland in 1968 but, at the time, technology had a long way to go. Well here we are, 50 years later, and we're still waiting for a practical solution.

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Personal, Interactive, Reassuring

As a surgeon, an important part of my responsibility to patients is to be available as needs arise.  A critical aspect of this relationship involves postoperative care. Many patients, myself included, feel apprehension about a surgical incision and worry about how best to change bandages, wash the wound, etc. or what to make of any changes that seem unusual or unexpected.

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Strong Language: How Merged Reality Overcomes Language Barriers

English is the world’s most-commonly spoken language, but that doesn’t mean you can overlook the billions who don’t speak it. Just because a person knows some English, doesn’t mean it’s enough for them to handle complex technical issues or effectively solve problems. When you factor in the rise of emerging markets, which means emerging languages, you can see how complex things are starting to become.

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Reduced Truck Rolls by 10-15%

Today’s companies are under tremendous pressure to provide superior service in addition to excellent products. When Diversey wanted to exceed the service expectations of its clientele, it turned to Help Lightning and merged reality technology.

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2018 Year in Review Webinar

In the world of Augmented Reality, 2018 has been a year of breakthroughs and advancements sprinkled with a dash of hope and disappointment. With this informative Webinar, we reviewed headlines and highlights surrounding Augmented and Merged Reality activity from this past year.

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