Claiming that they have a lot of cash already, the CEO explained that the new investors are wanted for their expertise in new markets. Which markets? They don’t say.
A raw material stockyard has outfitted their reclaiming system with a 3D laser measurement system for volumetric measurement.
A new type of cinema display may save you from wearing those weird, sharp, plastic glasses next time you want to see a superhero movie in 3D.
The Chinese internet goliath (think of a Chinese Google and you’re close) has announced an augmented reality platform for their mobile apps. Aided by computer vision and deep learning, it will “add an extra layer to the real world for millions of people.”
The iPhone 7 may include technology that tracks your head in 3D space for more effective parallax (or perspective) effects. Or at least I think this is what they’re talking about.
Researchers fooled the system at a conference, not in a car traveling at highway speeds. It’s good work, but inconclusive (and possibly meaningless).
Intel bought their own deep-learning product, which they will likely use in new technologies that perform object recognition (in 3D data?), financial modeling, and other data processing tasks.
A partnership between Oxford University, UNESCO, and the Dubai Future Foundation is working to preserve at-risk historical artifacts.