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Follow us on our new blog

We now have a brand new Jisc blog: and will no longer be posting updates here. Please update your bookmarks and RSS feeds and follow our new blog for the latest updates on augmented reality, virtual reality and other … Continue reading

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IOT Smart London 2016: a reflection and applications in education

Following the Wearable Show that I attended last month in London, it was recommended that I attend the Internet of Things Smart London show. This introduced different and comprehensive forums around IoT and smart cities ranging from future technologies in … Continue reading

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A Reflection on Wearable Technology Show 2016

The Wearable Technology Show 2016 (WTS2016) this year in London’s ExCel features connected technology alongside the Augmented Reality Show and IOT connect show under one roof. Being able to be there for only one day, I was very keen to … Continue reading

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CES 2016 and Virtual Reality

I recently followed CES 2016 online – the world’s biggest technology show taking place in Las Vegas, to see what technologies and predictions from big tech brands will unravel in the next year. Wearable technology and smart homes were the … Continue reading

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AR in the City – it’s almost built!

You may recall back in November we introduced an exciting collaborative project called – AR in the City. Well, things are moving along nicely, and our city is becoming populated with relevant facts, data and more. A collaborative team, consisting … Continue reading

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A new medical school collaboration

Augmented Reality has the potential to enhance the clinical skills development for a range of healthcare professional students medical, pharmacy, nursing and dentistry students who need to be able to demonstrate competency as part of their clinical and practical assessments. … Continue reading

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AR horizon scanning and Big Data

Augmented Reality has established itself over the last few years as an emerging technology without appearing to generate enough momentum to galvanise mainstream adoption, that is until now. I predict this will rapidly change as “Big Data” becomes increasingly prevalent … Continue reading

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