Facebook To Develop AR Smart Glasses With Ray-Ban

We knew that Facebook was already working on developing augmented reality glasses as one of its key research tasks on AR/VR. However, there has been no significant progress with that line of work, until now.CNBC reported that Facebook is looking for a partnership with Ray-Ban’s parent company Luxottica. With their help, Facebook can complete the project codenamed ‘Orion’ and make the smart glasses available for consumers between 2023 to 2025 […]

iOS 13 Seemingly Confirms Apple’s Plans For An AR Headset

For a while now we’ve been hearing rumors that Apple could be working on an augmented reality headset. Now in a tweet by 9to5Mac’s Guilherme Rambo, it seems that there has been evidence discovered in iOS 13 that makes reference made to Apple’s AR headset. This is further confirmed by developer Steve Troughton-Smith who found a “read me” file that talks about stereo AR apps that can be “worn”.

Marvel Dimension Of Heroes Comes To Lenovo’s Mirage AR Platform

In the past, we have seen Lenovo team up with Disney to launch the Star Wars: Jedi Challenge which allowed gamers to take on the role of a Jedi where through the use of augmented reality (AR) and the Mirage AR headset, it created an immersive gaming experience. Now it looks like Lenovo and Disney’s partnership will be extending to Marvel.

Code Within iOS 13 Suggests That Apple Is Testing Its AR Headset

According to the rumors that have persisted for years, word on the street has it that Apple could be working on a pair of augmented reality (AR) glasses, where some predict that the device could actually be making its way into the market in 2020. It’s starting to look like that could be the case.


More Details Emerge About Apple’s Upcoming Tile-Like Tracking Accessory

We have been hearing rumors that Apple could be working on a Tile-like tracking accessory of their own. Recently, it was revealed that one of the possible features of the tracker is augmented reality, although how exactly this works remains to be seen. Now thanks to additional information from MacRumors, we have learnt more details about the device.

Apple’s Tile-Like Tracker Could Come With Augmented Reality Features

According to a rumor from earlier this year, it has been suggested that Apple could be working on a new accessory similar to the Tile tracker. For those who are unfamiliar, the Tile tracker is a small Bluetooth accessory that you slip into a bag or hang off a keychain. It has been designed to help users keep track of their items using their phones.

2020 iPad Pros Could Adopt A Time-Of-Flight Camera Sensor

When it comes to mobile photography, that is an area that Apple’s iPads aren’t necessarily known for. Sure, they take a decent photo or two, but it pales in comparison to what the iPhone can do. However, according to a report from The Elec, they are suggesting that the 2020 iPad Pros could change that.

Snap’s Spectacles 3 Has Been Officially Announced

The jury is still pretty much out as far as augmented reality (AR) headsets are concerned. We’ve seen Google attempt something with Google Glass, which didn’t quite pan out, and in recent times, Snap has also been making a push for the technology with the release of the Spectacles, in which the company has recently announced the third iteration.

Apple’s 2020 iPhones Could Come WIth Time-Of-Flight 3D Sensors

One of the ways that the current generation iPhones use to sense depth, which is used to map and measure a person’s face for its Face ID security system, is by relying on infrared technology. However, that is expected to change in the 2020 iPhones where according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the company’s 2020 lineup could come with time-of-flight (ToF) 3D sensors.

Samsung’s Next Foldable Trick Could Be A Pair Of Augmented Reality Glasses

Samsung has been working on foldable displays for a while now, and last we checked, the company is expected to launch its first commercially available foldable smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Fold. The handset has since been delayed from its launch, but it seems that in the meantime, the company is coming up with new ideas on how to use its foldable tech, although not in the way you might think.

Apple Has Hit The Pause Button On Its AR Glasses

For a while now, we have heard rumors that Apple could be working on a pair of augmented reality (AR) glasses. The glasses were originally set for a launch in 2020, or so the rumors were saying, but now it seems that there is a chance we might never see them anymore. This is because apparently, Apple has stopped development on them.

Gucci Lets You Try Shoes In AR Through iOS App

Many fashion brands are using augmented reality to enable their customers to try out products remotely. Gucci, the Italian luxury fashion brand, is now doing something similar. It has launched a new iOS app which enables customers to remotely try out its Ace sneakers collection used augmented reality.

Google ARCore Arrives For OnePlus 7 And OnePlus 7 Pro

The latest smartphones from OnePlus have now received support for ARCore, Google’s software-based augmented reality platform. Google introduced this platform in 2017 and dozens of devices have received support for it since. The OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro have now joined that list in addition to the 5G variant of the OnePlus 7 Pro.

YouTube Uses Augmented Reality To Let Users Try On Makeup Virtually

Online shopping has become the norm, but the downside to buying things online and not in person is that you can’t try them on, which means that you’ll have to take a gamble and hope that that dress you bought fits you perfectly, or that makeup you bought is the shade that is advertised and suits you.