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ARVR Today: March 2019 Biweek 1

There have been a number of announcements in the first week of March. Let's take a look at some of the exciting stories.

Apple’s AR hardware rumored to go into production in Q4 2019

Kuo says that Apple’s first-generation of AR glasses will be heavily dependent on the iPhone.
The analyst says that the AR glasses will essentially act as a display only with the actual computing, rendering, internet connectivity and location services coming from the iPhone in the user’s pocket.
Read more here: https://9to5mac.com/2019/03/08/kuo-ar-headset-later-this-year/

Upcoming Conference: The 21st international Exhibition and Conference on VR/AR & Immersive Techniques

With a wide range of talks and a great number of speakers in attendance, the Laval Virtual 2019 conference is set to be one of the best for those in the AR/VR sector.

Tickets are still available, and can be purchased from the Laval Virtual website, here: https://www.laval-virtual.com

CNN Released an app for Magic Leap, providing news in AR.

The app will showcase Live TV, CNN shows, CNN Originals Series and CNN Films. You can also interact with exclusive reporting, data and live video feeds from around the world with TV authentication.
Read more here: https://www.cnet.com/news/cnn-taps-magic-leap-to-give-your-news-an-interactive-ar-spin/

Users Without Coding Skills Can Now Create AR Experiences with WakingApp Visual Scripting

An AR toolkit will now allow designers to create augmented reality experiencewithout coding skills. The developers of WakingApp toolset announced that they added visual scripting to the design studio.
Read more here: https://arpost.co/2019/03/01/ar-experiences-wakingapp-visual-scripting/
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