Robert Scoble predicts big things for AR as part of the ''world of context''

Written by Ashwin Rattan Tuesday, 01 January 2013 19:27
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In an article for the BBC, Robert Scoble is one of several writers who forecasts big things for Augmented Reality (AR) in 2013 as part of the 'context revolution', commenting:


What's context?


It is where data from sensors, social networks, and location services mix together to bring highly personalised services and products and tons of new business capabilities.


In 2013 Google's first wearable computers, called Project Glass,will arrive and with them a range of new capabilities. You will control a user interface by turning your head or nodding slightly.

However, in the same article, lawyers from Taylor Wessing note:

Augmented reality could be the next battle ground in the privacy debate.

To read the full article click here.


And for more on how Alex Bray thinks AR will impact business, click here

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