Pinterest began as a small startup website in 2010 with just a few thousand users. Since then, the visual bookmarking application has grown into a tech powerhouse with 400+ million monthly users, serving over 200 billion pins scattered across 4 billion boards and counting. No small feat for a company
Tag: Augmented Reality
A much-anticipated part of every developer’s year is attending tech conferences. Countless conventions, expos, seminars, and summits are held across the globe every year to bring professionals together. These massive gatherings are opportunities to network, learn from peers and industry leaders, and spotlight up-and-coming technology expected to disrupt the tech
Duolingo came on the scene in 2011 operating as a teach and translate language learning app. It has since transformed into a $700+ million business, and become the first EdTech app to top $140 Million in annual revenue. Pretty good numbers, for a language learning app that still doesn’t charge
Experiments were conducted using augmented reality to alter the perceived images of the foods in different sizes.
The design lab at MIT has created an experimental augmented reality program that bridges the possibilities of real-time collaboration in 3D.
The world of augmented reality isn’t all about video games and exploding graphics. The applications for augmented reality are limitless and the development of AR is reaching into a diverse number of industries.
VW built an augmented reality app called the “Electric Cafe” to introduce and market their electric powered Golf car in China.
NeonRoots recently built a brand-specific augmented reality app for Size Records which is referred to as “dance music’s first Augmented Reality (AR) experience”.
National Geographic uses an augmented reality that is as imaginative as it was technologically impressive.
An augmented reality app helped Lee Leffingwell, Mayor of Austin, Texas, to win re-election.