Everything about Heads Up Display(HUD) Infographics

In the world of Virtual Reality Displays and Google Glasses, our automobiles were probably feeling left out. But inventors had their back and our cars got entitled to the same treatment. Gone are the days when you used to miss a turn while on GPS or get distracted from the road while switching on to your favorite radio station. Automobiles are growing smarter and safer, and with the introduction of HUDs, both the qualities have certainly got an addition to their lists.

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Winter Circle Productions

Winter Circle Productions began in 2008 as an independent music event promotion and production house to attract music that its founders felt was missing from a post-Katrina New Orleans. Recipient of Offbeat Magazine’s 2011 New Orleans Promoter of the Year Award and having hundreds of events under its belt, including the annual BUKU Music + Art Project, WCP is now positioned as one of the most trusted tastemakers on the Gulf Coast.

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Boost Your B2B SaaS Business with Live Streaming

Article | July 13, 2022

Live streaming is an effective tool to attract the attention of your potential clients in the B2B SaaS domain. You can influence users and prospects without stretching your marketing budget. In a survey by Wyzowl, it was reported that 86% of businesses were relying on videos as a marketing tool. All you need to make the most of this tool is a good device, a strong internet connection, and the right live streaming application. Live Streaming: It’s All about the Connection Every business focuses on creating connections with their prospects through every form of communication, like discord, social media and websites. As a medium, live streaming offers an exciting opportunity to make this connection interactive. Let us look at what it can help you do: Build Your Brand Real-time comments, likes, and shares take brand interaction to another level. You can reiterate your brand’s ability to responsibly respond to your customers and create a new benchmark for how you deliver customer experience. Since live streams are unscripted, you can also showcase your brand’s ingenuity in handling customer issues without any hang-ups. Connect With Customers A live stream will help you connect with your customers in a novel way. Not only will your customers participate in your brand journey, but they will also feel excited to learn about your offerings. Tapping into their curious minds and influencing their buying decisions will be easier once they become visually engaged in your stream. Get Instant Feedback Product enhancements are a result of priceless customer feedback. When you present your products to customers over a live stream, they understand the product features and benefits in real-time and offer their feedback instantly, so you know what you need to work on. This feedback can also be the fodder for your content and marketing strategies. Keep Customers Informed Customers prefer watching interactive videos more than reading detailed emails on products. Keep your customers informed and updated about your latest product information through regular live streams. You can highlight important product updates that can help customers elevate their businesses and address any concerns that might hamper your sales through a stream. Boost Your B2B SaaS Business with Live Streaming Now that we have seen what exactly live streaming can do for businesses, let us narrow it down to the B2B SaaS domain. Here is how you can improve your SaaS sales with live streaming: Speed up problem resolution Allow customers to request live streams on what they need. Through live streams, you can troubleshoot for them without making them wait in queues or for your responses over email. If you address one customer’s problem over the stream, it can help you reduce and eliminate similar problems other customers are facing. Conduct detailed product tours If you live stream your product tour, you can show your customers how it works in detail. Product tours will help you create a personal connection with businesses because you can highlight how your product will help them address their pain points. You can also answer questions in detail and communicate with them better. Save the videos as tutorials Your live streams can become tutorials for your customers. Your ‘How-to’ live streams can help them understand your product and solve their problems without any brand intervention or waiting period. Reel in the customers Give your customers a glimpse of the trends in the SaaS industry. Update them on industry events, expos, and conferences they can attend. Let them see what goes behind making the product and get their opinion on new product ideas. It’s a Wrap B2B SaaS leaders must develop appealing live streaming strategies to solve customer problems, identify their needs, and connect with them on new platforms to increase sales and product uptake.

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Games video creators can help attract new audiences to esports, if rights holders empower them to

Article | July 20, 2022

Those who have been following MIDiA’s games coverage for a while will have seen our posts about the growth problem of esports and suggestions around putting focus on the entertainment angle, rather than just on the sports angle, in order to most effectively capitalise on the opportunity. We have known for a while that esports viewers are only a subset of the broader games-related video viewing audience.We also know that esports audiences enjoy live entertainment in general, more so than many other entertainment consumer segments. MIDiA’s Q1 2021 consumer survey enabled us to dive deeper into how this opportunity can be approached. As a part of our upcoming Esports Viewer Dossier 2021 update, we have looked at the esports viewers, in comparison to consumers who say they watch games-related videos but not esports. The former represents the current state of play, while the latter represents esports’ potential audience growth opportunity.

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How blockchain is transforming online gaming for players

Article | August 3, 2022

For online gamers, in-game purchases made to buy special swords, guns, or other add-ons to play their adventure, warfare, and other games are one-time, non-transferable investments that lock them into their pretend worlds. That's something companies like Polyient Games want to change by registering those purchases using blockchain and transforming the previously one-way transactions into liquid assets which are transferable for cash.

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The Big Fashion Industry Trends for 2021

Article | June 8, 2021

Last year the luxury fashion sector saw a lot of online chatter around men’s fashion, and some of the biggest conversation triggers were the same social movement – breaking gender stereotypes and fighting against toxic masculinity. Many brands and celebrities joined this cause last year and spread their influence through fashion and pop culture.

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Winter Circle Productions

Winter Circle Productions began in 2008 as an independent music event promotion and production house to attract music that its founders felt was missing from a post-Katrina New Orleans. Recipient of Offbeat Magazine’s 2011 New Orleans Promoter of the Year Award and having hundreds of events under its belt, including the annual BUKU Music + Art Project, WCP is now positioned as one of the most trusted tastemakers on the Gulf Coast.

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Detailed look at Apple’s AR and VR headset development

Apple | June 20, 2020

Apple has been working on a combination of AR and VR wearables for at least the last five years, and it’s this development process that’s been extensively detailed in a new report from Bloomberg. The report covers some of the internal conflicts shaping product design, and provides more details about what form the final devices could take. Consistent with previous reports, Bloomberg says that Apple’s AR and VR team, lead by Mike Rockwell, has two main products in development. One, reportedly codenamed N421, is a pair of lightweight AR glasses, while a second, codenamed N301, is said to be a headset that will combine the best of both AR and VR. It’s this second device that’s reportedly caused some internal division at Apple.

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Pico Neo 2 Eye hands-on: The 4K, eye tracking, enterprise Oculus Quest

Oculus Quest | June 02, 2020

Back in March 2019, I noted that the consumer VR headset market was becoming overcrowded and confusing — the result of a glut of questionable new offerings — while the enterprise VR market was becoming interesting. “If you’re in the C-suite and looking to buy some cutting edge gear, this is an especially exciting time for VR hardware,” I said, “though I expect a lot more innovation over the next year.” Flash forward to today, and the real and virtual worlds have both changed even more than I expected. On the predictable side, some of the aforementioned VR headsets have already fizzled out, and Facebook’s Oculus Quest has won kudos as a standalone VR platform. Unpredictably, the COVID-19 pandemic shut down conferences, offices, and movie theaters, suddenly making VR a viable medium for both social gatherings and entertainment.

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HP’s Upcoming Reverb G2 Is Taking On Both Gaming & Enterprise Industries

HP | May 29, 2020

Having started as one of the original manufacturers for Microsoft’s Windows Mixed Reality system, HP has been one of the few to actually continue reiterating. Last year saw the HP Reverb arrive, keenly focused towards enterprise use. For 2020, HP has officially announced the Reverb G2 which is going back to those consumer roots. The HP Reverb G2 was teased back in March, with the tech giant also collaborating with Valve as well as Microsoft on the new head-mounted display (HMD). The benefit of which can be seen in the G2’s design and software compatibility. For example, the back of the head strap looks very much like Valve Index’s – which is very comfortable – plus the speakers also sit away from the ear by 10mm. Which makes them comfortable, easy to use when setting up and spatial audio ready. So they’ll support MSFT spatial audio alongside HP Labs’ new spatial audio format.

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Detailed look at Apple’s AR and VR headset development

Apple | June 20, 2020

Apple has been working on a combination of AR and VR wearables for at least the last five years, and it’s this development process that’s been extensively detailed in a new report from Bloomberg. The report covers some of the internal conflicts shaping product design, and provides more details about what form the final devices could take. Consistent with previous reports, Bloomberg says that Apple’s AR and VR team, lead by Mike Rockwell, has two main products in development. One, reportedly codenamed N421, is a pair of lightweight AR glasses, while a second, codenamed N301, is said to be a headset that will combine the best of both AR and VR. It’s this second device that’s reportedly caused some internal division at Apple.

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Pico Neo 2 Eye hands-on: The 4K, eye tracking, enterprise Oculus Quest

Oculus Quest | June 02, 2020

Back in March 2019, I noted that the consumer VR headset market was becoming overcrowded and confusing — the result of a glut of questionable new offerings — while the enterprise VR market was becoming interesting. “If you’re in the C-suite and looking to buy some cutting edge gear, this is an especially exciting time for VR hardware,” I said, “though I expect a lot more innovation over the next year.” Flash forward to today, and the real and virtual worlds have both changed even more than I expected. On the predictable side, some of the aforementioned VR headsets have already fizzled out, and Facebook’s Oculus Quest has won kudos as a standalone VR platform. Unpredictably, the COVID-19 pandemic shut down conferences, offices, and movie theaters, suddenly making VR a viable medium for both social gatherings and entertainment.

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HP’s Upcoming Reverb G2 Is Taking On Both Gaming & Enterprise Industries

HP | May 29, 2020

Having started as one of the original manufacturers for Microsoft’s Windows Mixed Reality system, HP has been one of the few to actually continue reiterating. Last year saw the HP Reverb arrive, keenly focused towards enterprise use. For 2020, HP has officially announced the Reverb G2 which is going back to those consumer roots. The HP Reverb G2 was teased back in March, with the tech giant also collaborating with Valve as well as Microsoft on the new head-mounted display (HMD). The benefit of which can be seen in the G2’s design and software compatibility. For example, the back of the head strap looks very much like Valve Index’s – which is very comfortable – plus the speakers also sit away from the ear by 10mm. Which makes them comfortable, easy to use when setting up and spatial audio ready. So they’ll support MSFT spatial audio alongside HP Labs’ new spatial audio format.

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