Augmented reality hardware is still way ahead of its software

Augmented reality hardware is still way ahead of its software

  • Augmented reality hardware is still way ahead of its software
  • You can watch the drone’s flight path and simultaneously see what its camera sees through the built-in screen in your glasses.
  • But even in controlled demos, most of what I tried to do with these headsets felt too fiddly, unfinished and just plain difficult to execute.
  • The other side of the equation is hardware, which feels much further ahead than the software.
  • The best demos I saw were ones where I didn’t really need to interact with what I saw on my headset.

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@engadget: “Augmented reality hardware is still way ahead of its software”


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