“Is my phone the only way to use augmented reality”? We hear this question a lot because the majority of people associate augmented reality (AR) with Pokémon Go. The game was able to introduce AR to a wider audience but only introduced the technology in the form of a mobile application. For those that don’t know or who are unfamiliar with the technology, augmented reality superimposes the real world with computer generated images. So how can you view augmented reality images? Does it have to be through a mobile application like Pokémon Go? Not at all! One method of viewing AR images that is becoming increasingly popular is augmented reality screens!
Going to a hospital can be an extremely stressful situation. In this environment, an inviting atmosphere can be difficult to achieve but can make all the difference for a patient or their loved ones. Old, outdated technology and areas can lead to a more depressing and intimidating environment for patients while new, seamlessly integrated technology, like our Interactive Interior technology, is able relieve some of the stress associated with hospital visits. From the reception area to the hallways, every aspect of a hospital contributes to a patient’s experience, and below are several ways these areas can be changed to improve the patient’s experiences.
Trade shows can be exciting, profitable….and completely hectic. Delivering your message and demonstrations in an effective manner can be incredibly difficult as attendees need to see several booths and every booth has its own distractions. In order to effectively communicate the value of your company or products, you need an incredibly effective delivery method. Look no further than Virtual Reality! Virtual Reality, or VR for short, uses computer-generated images and experiences to transport a viewer to an entirely new setting. While most people associated the technology for gaming, VR can greatly impact your trade show and increase your booth’s ROI. Below are three ways Virtual Reality can be used at trade shows.
Trade shows have become more competitive in the last several years resulting in companies willing to try different methods in order to increase their ROI. One technology that is becoming more and more popular is augmented reality. The technology overlays the real world with digital images, messages, and experiences. Pokémon Go introduced many people to augmented reality in a gaming format, but the ability to implement the technology in a business format is still foreign to many people. Here are several ways to use augmented reality at your trade show booth.
Whether it’s a billion-dollar technology company or a brand-new startup, the company’s office conveys their culture and vision to whomever enters their building. Many believe that the first impression a visitor or employee experiences is their first face to face interaction with a company’s employee, but this isn’t true. The first impression someone forms of a business happens the moment they step into a company’s lobby or reception area. Does investing in the lobby or reception space matter? Absolutely! Here are a few reasons why companies should invest in their lobby.
Whether you are exhibiting at a tradeshow for 100 people or a million attendees, attracting as many of the right attendees as possible to your booth is always the goal. The age of digital transformation and innovation has made accomplishing this goal easier, but there are some new challenges along the way. While attendees are attracted by flashy technology, they also have become accustomed to seeing certain types of technology implemented by almost every booth. (Think video displays and games). For companies to stand out, they need to use the right emerging technology for the job! Below are 5 types of technology that will set apart any tradeshow booth from the competition!
“Virtual Reality (VR) is here”! Although several evangelists of the technology have been shouting this from the rooftop, many people have never even experienced a VR experience, let alone use the technology for their daily lives. Most people who have used VR before, have only used in a gaming format. Even though gaming may be the most popular use case of the technology, the enterprise applications of VR are enormous! While experts see the potential in Virtual Reality, they also understand that the technology needs a “killer use case” to ignite mass adoptions. Many people have different opinions, but we believe this “killer use case” will be collaborative Virtual Reality environments!
Virtual Reality (VR) has been one of the most promising pieces of tech for the last few years. Most of the population has associated the technology with games, but the potential applications of VR go far beyond just simple entertainment! Virtual reality has a long list of enterprise applications. These applications can save companies millions of dollars while helping to drive revenue and efficiency. Let’s explore just five of the ways that virtual reality will change the enterprise.
Movies from Iron Man to The Terminator have shown technological advances that many of us never dreamed would be a reality in our lifetime. But one of these technologies has become reality and is starting to break into our every day lives. We are talking about augmented reality (AR)! The technology is able to superimpose computer generated images, graphics, and messaging on top of the real world. Augmented reality has been adapted to accomplish a multitude of tasks from allowing companies to market their products in new, exciting ways to transforming the way employees are trained to even assisting in medical procedures. All of these methods and use cases would not be possible without the ability to view the digital information presented through augmented reality. But how can you view AR graphics and images? Let’s look at a few ways that people are able to view augmented reality.