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January 20, 2016

3 biggest wearable device categories by shipments : infographic





"smartwatch, fitness trackers ,cameras top 3 wearable market"


THE STATE OF THE GLOBAL WEARABLE MARKET BY PRODUCT CATEGORIES


Global wearables market will grow at a compound annual rate of 35% over the next five years, reaching 148 million units shipped annually in 2019, up from 33 million units shipped this year.The chart above shows the biggest wearable categories that will be picking up pace in the next couple of years. Smart Watches , Fitness Trackers and wearable cameras will see the biggest growth in the coming years.

The merging of wearable cameras and virtual reality (VR)  along with  integration of smart augmented reality (AR) glasses  will  be the biggest disrupter in the future of computing platforms.

September 3, 2012

Nokia Augmented Reality App out of beta




Nokia originally launched its augmented reality app City Lens 
back in May, and now the app is finally out of beta. City Lens uses your device's camera to display nearby restaurants, stores, and other notable locations in augmented reality style, along with important information about each location — including reviews, directions, hours of operation, and more.

And when you're not in the mood to have your reality augmented, you can also check out the same information through both a list and map view. If you've got a Lumia Windows Phone, you can pick up the app by visiting the source link below on your device.

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September 2, 2012

Augmented Reality Apps To reach 2.5 billion downloads by 2017


A new report from Juniper Research predicts that mobile augmented reality (AR) apps could reach over 2.5bn downloads per year by 2017 as consumer awareness improves and apps for retail and entertainment drive adoption.
AR apps let users take an alternative look at the world around them through their mobile device’s camera enhanced with a digital overlay. Retailers could use these to let customers virtually try on an item of clothing in-store or find out more about a product simply by pointing their phone at it. Some developers, like WowWee, combine physical toys with games on smartphones and tablets using AR, and Juniper predicts an increasing number of these apps to come.
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