Tag: Wearables

Briefing: Virtual reality

Beyond gaming: see how VR can transform a host of industries—and business operations.

Virtual reality gets down to business (infographic)

There’s a lot more to virtual reality than just fun and games. See some of the ways that companies of all kinds will put VR to work.

How sensors are changing the game

The sensor technology that helps athletes avoid injury and improve performance can bring benefits to the enterprise.

Toward natural interfaces

Barry Po of NGRAIN forecasts how authoring solutions will redefine augmented reality interfaces in the future.

The enterprise potential of augmented reality

Paul Davies of Boeing shares the augmented reality projects in progress at Boeing, the lessons they have learned, and the benefits they expect.

Augmented reality: A catalyst for the coming cognitive revolution

Augmented reality can extend humans’ cognitive potential, reduce cognitive burden, and provide a new view to business operations.

Image quality is vital to transform smartglasses into workglasses

John Haddick of ODG explains why the company prioritizes image quality over other tradeoffs for its smartglasses.

Changing the economics of smartglasses

Sumanta Talukdar shares how a new optics design opens up optical components to new manufacturing techniques and lower prices.

Augmented reality will empower more than 110 million deskless workers

Ketan Joshi of Atheer shares how the smartglasses form factor will bring the digital revolution to the deskless workforce.

Say goodbye to your mouse

The journey to creating human-computer interfaces for 3D spaces is only beginning, and it promises to be an exciting ride.

The wearables future is being designed now

Why adoption of wearable devices has doubled in two years: efficiency, versatility and so many possibilities.

How will people create content for augmented reality?

Augmented reality content creation is expected to become easier as 3-D tracking and authoring capabilities are integrated into a seamless environment.

3 approaches to emerging technology experimentation

The key to effectively experimenting with emerging technology is to link innovations to specific business goals.

How will people interact with augmented reality?

Advancements in gesture, motion, and eye tracking lay the groundwork for natural interaction methods that aid in the success of augmented reality.

How will the smartglasses market evolve?

We present three scenarios for the how the smartglasses market will evolve as the technology improves.

Field service workers could fix wearables’ PR problem

Why wearables are tailor-made for field service workers, who could become the technology’s biggest advocates.

2015 digital technology trends for business

Cybersecurity, NoSQL databases and the internet of things top the list of business technology innovations for 2015.

Digital spaghetti: What happens when emerging technology meets the hype cycle

How to separate hype from reality about emerging technologies: internet if things, wearables, and context-aware computing.

Are wearables for business too?

How wearable technology can pay off in the enterprise.

Contacts

Chris Curran

Principal and Chief Technologist, PwC US Tel: +1 (214) 754 5055 Email

Vicki Huff Eckert

Global New Business & Innovation Leader Tel: +1 (650) 387 4956 Email

Pierre-Alain Sur

US Technology Industry Leader Tel: +1 (646) 471 6973 Email