Augmented reality 'windows' offer more sociable experience than glasses

Signal of change / Augmented reality 'windows' offer more sociable experience than glasses

By Anna Simpson / 12 Jun 2017

DeepFrame is a prototype augmented reality window from Denmark-based Real Fiction, which enables multiple people to see the same augmented reality through a shared window.

So what?

The technology is closer to market than individual glasses, and has the advantage of enabling people to share the experience. Beyond the obvious consumer applications, from in-store experiences to video games, what potential could there be to enhance education, the work place, transport and healthcare?

Sources

http://mashable.com/2017/05/23/augmented-reality-window/?utm_cid=hp-r-20#zFkviaKwoqq3

What might the implications of this be? What related signals of change have you seen?

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