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ARGO is Live at VRLA Expo 2017

By |April 14th, 2017|

The Animate Objects Team is so happy to announce the launch of ARGO as the official AR App for the VRLA Expo at the Los Angeles Convention Center on April 14-15. Download it now on the iOS App Store or Google Play Here is a link to the full press release. http://animateobjects.net/wp-content/uploads/ARGO_PressRelease_4_14_2017.pdf Along with some [...]

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Is Augmented Reality Ready to Get Real?

By |March 10th, 2017|

Being a futurist, early adopter and technology buff is a fun but sometimes tough road to travel, especially when you’re trying to start and grow a business in an untested space. With the recent rise in the mass popularity and interest in VR, thanks in large part to Oculus Rift, AR is finally starting to [...]

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Why Business Should Leverage Augmented Reality

By |February 9th, 2017|

Businesses should act now to devise appropriate policies on augmented reality, while determining how to capitalize on AR before the competition passes them by. Source: Why Business Should Leverage Augmented Reality

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Leaked Video Reveals New Boston Dynamics Robot That Can Perform Amazing Stunts on Two Wheels

By |February 1st, 2017|

The robot looks really agile. It also look like a robot on a hoverboard. If this new leaked footage is any indication, it seems like the robot creators at Boston Dynamics finally found a way to improve on humanity’s primitive two-legged design: By adding a pair of wheels to their new self-balancing robot, giving the [...]

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NASA setting up crazy VR Mars ride with a 90-foot drop

By |January 24th, 2017|

Visitors to the Super Bowl Live festival in Houston will get to travel to the Red Planet via virtual reality, complete with a big drop back to Earth. Source: NASA setting up crazy VR Mars ride with a 90-foot drop - CNET

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