German auto industry giant Bosch is developing new technology that will add glasses-free 3D imaging to future versions of its in-car digital display technology. These 3D displays use passive 3D tech, which means you won’t need to wear glasses to see the effect, and it also skips eye tracking, which is a key ingredient for most high-quality glasses-free 3D displays today.
The social service has unveiled Spectacles 3 glasses that include dual HD cameras to capture scenes in 3D and introduce augmented reality Snapchat effects to moments where they weren't previously an option. You can add 3D filters to your walk, take pseudo-3D still shots of your friends and add 3D Lens effects to a bike ride.
With a matte black exterior and minimalist interior touches to match, the 5G Hotel is classy, elegant, and sophisticated. The luxury one bedroom suite is jam-packed with the latest technology including 5G cloud gaming, buffer-free streaming, a range of immersive AR apps, and advanced smart home features –including a smart mirror.
Google is rolling out password-free authentication for some of its services on Android devices, leveraging the FIDO2 standards, FIDO CTAP, and WebAuthn, which is designed to “…provide simpler and more secure authentication experiences,” according to a blog post from the company. In practice, this means you can now use your fingerprint or device’s screen lock code to access certain Google services through the web.
The latest company to embark on the process of developing holographic displays that would eventually become holographic televisions is a startup called Light Field Lab This company has just undergone a Series A round of funding, which has led to them raising $28 million. The two leaders in this round of funding were Taiwan Capital and Bosch Venture.
You raise your hand and press a holographic button in mid-air. Somehow, you can “feel” the button pressing back on your finger, as if it were a physical device. This is the disorientating effect of a demonstration at the Bristol HQ of Ultrahaptics, a hardware company that has raised more than $85m (£70m) in investment from backers including Neil Woodford and the Dolby family.
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