In recent years, we've seen successful applications of augmented reality in medical and fashion industries. Some futurologists argue that augmented reality and spatial computing will begin to overtake virtual reality, mainly driven by ubiquitous form factors like the mobile phone.
Consider this a sneak preview of tomorrow. Augmented reality and spatial computing will begin to overtake virtual reality, mainly driven by ubiquitous form factors like the mobile phone. AR glasses will still remain a niche tech toy as a result of further privacy violations and concerns.
Fashion has always been known to push the envelope. Fashion forecasting has long been an artform, but with the growth of data analytics, it now becomes more of a science. The future of fashion will focus on customers and providing an innovative experience.
In the wake of new technology adoption due to COVID we are at the perfect place for adoption of Augmented reality. New guest experiences can be created and new revenue streams become available with this technology.
After the success of Digital Art Month New York in October, CADAF (Contemporary and Digital Art Fair) returns with another month-long celebration of cutting edge digital art, this time in Miami. Starting December 7 and ending January 7, Miami residents and visitors will see their city transformed into a virtual museum, with a map of QR codes guiding their experience.