Keep your eye on the [e] clouds, as perseverance becomes the center

The development of augmented reality will attract more perseverance.Getty Images

Life is constant.

If I close my eyes, I know, the coffee table will still be there when I open them. If I run into another room and back, it will remain unchanged for my return. Even the Barista and other patrons in the room to vouch for its location and existence.

What seems obvious to those who live in reality that is currently missing in the amended version of the: perseverance. The AR application does not remember where you left AR stuff, and they don’t allow you to view common experiences, objects, or lining with friends. As in the network before email, chats and instant messages, art is still not suitable for social behavior. There is not a thread, chain, belt or magazine, which users can access the archive of their activities. Believe it is archived, just not for your personal convenience or benefit.

My guess is that perseverance could be the next pet of the semantic vernacular of the industry, taking the place of more experienced tags like “immersion” and “experiential”. Persistent computing implies that our work would be perpetuated after use. When stored in the cloud, one person in the world interactions becomes available, indefinitely, to anyone else. And not expiring after the completion of the user session, your progress will be saved for the next time, like any gamer, web surfer or streamer to expect after you close your browser or turn off.

This network grid is constant, the spatial data has been recognized by the AR cloud, and is heralded as one of the most important software engines of the decade.

When applied on a global scale AR, the illusion that your behavior can be traced back to a physical location detectable through any mobile device. This network grid is constant, the spatial data has been recognized by the AR cloud, and is heralded as one of the most important software engines of the decade.

Think cloud-based AR as a digital 3-d mapping is perfectly combined with the real world. He understands the environment in real time and provides unique opportunities as occlusion and synchronized interactions across multiple devices. This is a new and spatially aware IVV: real world web. Implications and extrapolations are endless.

The result is a cloud of AR, the market of digital equipment is on the verge of radical change. The goods will be justified by the physical and spatial attributes and evaluated, ironically, as real estate. Can you imagine the phrase “location, location, location” applies to the cloud? If you are an advertiser vying to place the hologram in the center of times square, you can expect to pay premiums for the media to hold—and to pay who?

Venture capital investing may offer some clues. Blue vision and Ubiquity6, perhaps the two leaders in the field of cloud AR, received significant support from none other than Google, the largest advertiser in the world.

Numerous other startups, including 6D.Ay, Escher reality, youAR, landscape and Sturfee is to offer competitive products, but in the advertising world, where inventories are valued opinions, a Platform is measured by the size of the user base. If we assume that 1.3 billion people continue to use Facebook after the privacy scandal, the winner of the race a cloud of AR is still in the air.

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