Boston Globe Anticipates Augmented Reality Privacy Issues

A few hours before I left for the airport to attend this week’s Augmented World Expo 2016, I received a call from Boston Globe tech reporter Hiawatha Bray. We had a great and detailed conversation about several of the legal issues that AR-enabled smart glasses will raise, including personal injury concerns, intellectual property issues, and e-commerce regulations. It’s[…]

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Save 40% on the 2016 Augmented World Expo

The Augmented World Expo is the premier annual event for all the latest developments in augmented reality, virtual reality, and wearable technology. Back for its seventh year, over 4,000 attendees from all over the world–including a mix of CEOs, CTOs, designers, developers, creative agencies, futurists, analysts, investors, and press–will have a fantastic opportunity to learn, inspire, partner, and[…]

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International Summit on Augmented Reality in the Automotive Industry, Part 2: AR in Industrial Processes

This is the second of two posts on the Euroforum’s International Summit on Augmented Reality in the Automotive Industry that I attended in Cologne, Germany. Last week I wrote about the use of AR by drivers in cars. The great majority of speakers at this conference, however, were focused on much more immediate and practical–even if, perhaps,[…]

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International Summit on Augmented Reality in the Automotive Industry, Part 1: AR in Cars and the Augmented Driving Initiative

This week I had the privilege of speaking on the world stage for the trade group AugmentedReality.Org and its “Augmented Driving Initiative” (more on that below) on a key issue for the AR industry.  This was at Euroforum’s International Summit on Augmented Reality in the Automotive Industry, held in Cologne, Germany. This is the very first–but certainly not the last–event of its[…]

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Privacy, Law, and Ethics in Augmented Reality Panel at AWE 2015 [VIDEO]

As AR comes into its own, the legal and ethical issues that come with it can’t be ignored. On June 8, 2015, I had the honor of hosting a 50-minute panel discussion on these topics with Dave Griesbach (Security Expert, Google), Jerri Lynn Hogg (Professor, Fielding University), and Dave Lorenzini (Founder, CEO, EFX). Not only did these[…]

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What Happens When My Software Provider Disappears?

Companies go out of business, or get acquired, every day.  Especially in the tech sector.  It’s a fact of life. Still, when it’s a business you’ve come to rely on, it can hurt. A lot. On May 26, 2015, a great number of augmented reality developers got that feeling when Metaio, one of the earliest[…]

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[VIDEO] Augmented Reality Law, Privacy and Ethics

On April 17, 2015, I was a featured speaker at the “Augmented Reality and Perfect Vision By 2020” event hosted by Dave Lorenzini and the Seattle Augmented Reality meetup group. My 45-minute presentation summarized the contents of my book Augmented Reality Law, Privacy and Ethics, published in January 2015 by Elsevier.  [You can get 30%[…]

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Get $400 Off Augmented World Expo or Win Free Tickets!

This is a special offer for readers of my blog, my social media followers, and members of the AR Detroit Meetup Group. Now in its sixth year, the Augmented World Expo is the premier annual conference for all things in the augmetned world.  USA Today called last year’s AWE “The CES of the Future.” AWE 2015[…]

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Privacy in Augmented Reality

Earlier this week, I had the opportunity to speak to the Mobile Monday Michigan meetup group on “Privacy in Augmented Reality.” The group also held a drawing for a free copy of my book, Augmented Reality Law, Privacy, and Ethics. A copy of my Prezi slides is embedded below. During the talk, I covered such[…]

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“Augmented Reality” By Any Other Name: Still as Sweet?

Augmented reality is dead. Long live augmented reality. It has long been predicted by some within the augmented reality community that AR will succeed when people stop calling it “augmented reality.”  By that measure, things are looking up. The last six months has seen a rapid increase in the amount of AR visualization technology entering[…]

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