How Augmented Reality is Changing Industries

April 24, 2019

Augmented reality isn’t just for gaming. While Pokemon Go! may have introduced the average person to this developing technology, it by no means represents its sole use.It’s no secret that AR is already transforming a wide range of industries. With technology improving, it’s highly likely that people in various fields will discover new applications for it. In the meantime, the following examples demonstrate the major ways professionals in four major sectors are already experimenting with this new tool.

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Montecable

Montecable is a pioneer in the installation of cable television for subscribers in Montevideo. It has been present in the Uruguayan market since 1995 and, since then, thousands of homes enjoy their service. Always at the forefront of technological advances, Montecable was one of the first cable operators in America to develop the digitalization process, more than five years ago. This has allowed it to offer more and better content to its users. In addition, it has its own video on demand (VOD) platform: Click & Play. Through a decoder connected to the Internet, the client has at his fingertips movies, series, documentaries, children's programs and music videos to watch whenever he wants without the need to have fixed schedules of programming.

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The release will feature 5 sets of VR weapons and a launcher that will allow you to mix and match different Doom mods with ease. There’s support for smooth locomotion and teleport movement options, plus you’ll be able to switch between a couple of different walking speeds for the former. The person behind the mod is DrBeef, who has previously completed a number of well-known Quest ports and VR projects. He was behind the Lambda1VR mod for Oculus Quest, as well as QuakeQuest and many others.

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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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The Quest Is The Second Generation Of VR. You Charge It Up, Stick It On And It’s Great

Article | April 11, 2020

Ever since the adoption of VR gaming to the gaming market, it sure has seen upheavals—disruption by significant players in the industry like PSVR, Rift, and the Vive. PSVR has been the best-selling VR headset ever since its launch, selling over 5 million units on December 31st, 2020. While these numbers portray PSVR as successful, its hardware is lacking behind, and still, no sign of upgrades has been hinted by Sony. Speaking of which, a lot of gamers have long been waiting for a hardware upgrade or a hardware sequel—PSVR 2—from Sony, but very little or nothing has been said on this matter.

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How blockchain is transforming online gaming for players

Article | June 18, 2020

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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Montecable

Montecable is a pioneer in the installation of cable television for subscribers in Montevideo. It has been present in the Uruguayan market since 1995 and, since then, thousands of homes enjoy their service. Always at the forefront of technological advances, Montecable was one of the first cable operators in America to develop the digitalization process, more than five years ago. This has allowed it to offer more and better content to its users. In addition, it has its own video on demand (VOD) platform: Click & Play. Through a decoder connected to the Internet, the client has at his fingertips movies, series, documentaries, children's programs and music videos to watch whenever he wants without the need to have fixed schedules of programming.

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