Blogposts

Indoor Navigation for the Cowboy Christmas and CES in Las Vegas

We just had two exciting projects in Las Vegas. For two different trade fairs at the Las Vegas Convention Center we created proof of concept indoor navigation application. At the „Cowboy Christmas” 300 exhibitors presented their products associated with Country Lifestyle from the sixth to the fifteenth of December. From saddles to belt buckles, from […]

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AR-Recap 25th of January 2019: HoloLens 2.0 and new devices from the CES

Hi AR-folks, We are back with the hottest news regarding Augmented Reality. Arguably Microsoft is currently on top of the AR game. With HoloLens they released the most popular AR glasses so far. There are already many AR Applications running on this piece of hardware that show the potential of Augmented Reality in combination with […]

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AR-Recap 17th of January 2019: A Trend Forecast

Hellooo Augmented Reality enthusiasts, We from the Augmentaio-Team wish you a magnificent 2019 full of learning! It’s like a law of nature: As the year ends there are tons of retrospectives. And as a new one starts there are legions of smart (or not so smart) people giving their prediction for future trends. Here are […]

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AR-Recap 21th of December 2018: Apple’s AR Flyover, the First AR Laptop and Best Wishes!

There are AR news from the tech giant that doesn’t want to make news: Apple was granted a patent today for an augmented reality viewing system to display 3D flyover data from Apple Maps onto a desk or any other flat surface from an iPhone. The app seems geared towards average consumers and shows a 3D-model of […]

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AR-Recap 14th of December 2018: Tesla’s new patents, Unity’s new authoring tool and a new project in Las Vegas

Tesla’s patent aims to boost manufacturing through augmented reality. All we know is that the patent filed with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) patent office, is described as an “augmented reality application for manufacturing.”A series of images of a physical environment are obtained,” the patent description reads. “At least a portion of an object detected […]

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AR-Recap 23rd of November: David Bowie, Apple’s new AR app and Facebook building glasses

Some time has passed and a lot of things happened in the AR-world. Let’s dive right in! The David Bowie museum exhibition “David Bowie Is” will be released as an augmented reality mobile app for iOS and Android devices January 8th, 2019 – what would have been the late musician’s 72nd birthday. Hundreds of costumes […]

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Augmentaio on Tour

Lately, we had been busy quite a lot and visited some trade fairs. We attended the Bits & Pretzels (https://www.bitsandpretzels.com) with a booth from September 30th to October 2nd. Bits & Pretzels is a three-day festival that connects 5.000 founders, investors, startup enthusiasts and all other decision-makers of the startup ecosystem. It was so inspiring […]

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AR-Recap 9th of August 2018: Magic Leap One, Sound Ghosts and Apples AR Windshield

  Magic Leap’s AR headset is finally available After what feels like years of hype and secrecy the Magic Leap One Creators Edition goes on sale. It costs $ 2,295 and is more targeted towards developers than consumers. The system includes the company’s Lightwear augmented-reality headset, a tiny Lightpack computer, and a controller. While anyone can order […]

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AR-Recap 1st of August 2018: Lumin OS, Facebook AR Ads and understanding robots

What happened in the world of AR?   Lumin OS Magic Leap finally unveiled their operating system “Lumin OS”. There will be two distinctive classes of menu systems. So-called “Landscape” applications will use traditional grid and wheel designs to showcase content and options across a 2D pane. Where the menu displays its information and at what […]

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AR-Recap 4th of July 2018: Multiplayer AR, Light Projections & Serena Williams

We already know the company Niantic very well from the first AR Gaming hit Pokemon Go. Now location-based gaming pioneer Niantic has offered a preview of its augmented reality cloud platform that could change the immersive content game yet again. The Niantic Real World Platform for mobile apps will enable multiplayer, cross-platform augmented reality experiences and facilitate […]

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Showreel 2018

Here is a video to showcase some of the apps we created. BayWa AR & iOT Bystronic Maintenance (read more: https://www.augmentaio.com/casestudy/product-presentation/) Evonik Product Presentation on iPad (read more: https://www.augmentaio.com/casestudy/e4a-evonik/) SESP HoloLens Tutorial (read more: https://www.augmentaio.com/casestudy/sesp-hololens-tutorial/ ) Linde FreezAR (read more: https://www.augmentaio.com/casestudy/freezar/ ?) Jaguar HoloLens Car Presentation (more: https://youtu.be/7gd0DUWeL_g) Process Visualisation for Novexx (read more: https://www.augmentaio.com/casestudy/novexx-ar-process-visualization/ […]

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Augmentaio in Colombia

We were in the Colombian capital Bogotá. For the mobile provider Claro we created an AR shop navigation for there flagship store in Claro Plaza the headquarters of Claro. B2B customers are guided through the shop to the Innovation Lab. On the way, videos and graphics are shown to the visitor. The big challenge of […]

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AR-Recap 26th of June 2018: USDZ, Soccer Playing Bears & Free AR Courses

It is time again to have a look what happened in the Augmented Reality World!   Apple and Pixar created a new file format for augmented reality on your phone At its WWDC conference earlier this month, Apple announced that it has teamed up with Pixar to develop a new file format called USDZ, which […]

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