Friday, November 18, 2016

Vuforia with Hololens

Microvision produces displays.

A lot has to happen with other hardware and with software before those displays can be used. Object recognition, visual overlay and gesture control all have to work together to make it work.

The particular kind of use is moving (I believe) much faster that most people expected. 

Considering the kind of productivity improvements that can come with this kind of tech, it doesn't surprise me how much work is accelerating with it.

Companies are using Vuforia said:
  • “We see huge potential in the combination of object recognition and graphical overlay, especially when such information is fed to the HoloLens in real-time, for instance, in connection with maintenance or manufacturing lines.”
  • “We have leveraged Vuforia for HoloLens proof of concept projects and were able to achieve great precision. We were pleased how easy it is to setup and get up to speed. We had great success and expect to use it in future projects.”
The company has also published a video, showing off one of the apps built with their SDK running on the HoloLens:

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