Topic: Augmented reality (AR)
When word dropped that Warner Bros. and Intel were working on immersive entertainment for self-driving cars, the idea seemed out there.
5G networks will offer up about $1.3 trillion in revenue opportunities for media and entertainment companies over the next decade.
AT&T and augmented reality startup Magic Leap are teaming up for a new version of DirecTV Now that will allow users to watch four shows at a time.
Jaunt has a new research and development initiative in support of its XR platform built to produce and distribute augmented, virtual and mixed reality content.
Google and IMAX have given up on their ambitious plans to build a “cinema-grade” VR camera as Google turns its attention to augmented reality.
Cisco is the newest founding member and Innovation Partner for Walt Disney Studios’ StudioLAB.
Augmented reality startup Avegant has made significant layoffs and replaced its CEO, a sign of struggles for the company despite forecasts pointing toward growth in AR/VR headset sales.
Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network and Disney show that the companies are bracing for the future by banking further on emerging entertainment technologies.
Secretive virtual/augmented reality startup Magic Leap has at last unveiled its headset, more than a year after raising over $1 billion.
Virtual reality and augmented reality have generated great interest over the years as content creators look for increasingly immersive experiences.