Design is the only thing holding mobile AR back

This year will be the year that we see the first applications designed for an AR-powered, mobile camera-first world. I’ve heard many discussions about how to accelerate AR development and adoption, but will everyone’s panacea be the cloud? While I believe cloud services will be essential to AR’s success and play a big role in its evolution, contrary to popular belief, cloud isn’t the gating factor. In my view the roadblocks to AR adoption are around design, reach and instructing people how to rely on what AR can do. Let’s take a step back and look at how interfaces have… This story continues at The Next Web …read more Source::… Read More

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UX designers, stop the jargon and keep it simple

“On this screen, we have added a photo gallery. You can clearly see how it is inspired by Don Norman’s first level of visceral design, and how it utilizes some foundational Gestalt principles, helping achieve our graceful degradation strategy for pre-webkit browsers. It’s very gestural, intuitive, designed for millennials.” Or: “On this screen, we added a photo gallery. It anticipates what I’ll see in the next photo, and the fact it has rectangular edges makes it compatible with older browsers like Internet Explorer. Just by seeing a sneak peek of the next photo, I know I can swipe to browse… This story continues at The Next Web …read more Source::… Read More

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Best travel apps in 2018 to download for your phone

Best travel apps of 2018 Travel season has just begun to kick off, but traveling brings with it a number of inherent issues. Luckily, thanks to the magic of technology, many of these problems are easily remedied with apps for your mobile device. With cheap and easy flights to pretty much any country you can think of, it’s never been so easy to travel the globe. Still, traveling brings with it many inevitable headaches that can drive you crazy. To help make the whole experience of traveling less of a hassle we have collected the best travel apps available on the market today. This list includes a wide range of… Read More

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People are wildly polarized on whether they trust Facebook

A new Survata survey seen by Business Insider shows that people are massively polarized about whether they trust Facebook or not. That’s after months of scandal over Cambridge Analytica’s use of Facebook data. The survey showed that Facebook ranked lower on trust than Google, YouTube, and eBay — but higher than Instagram. Survata CEO Chris Kelly said people had stronger feelings about Facebook than about Instagram, whether negative or positive. Facebook has been making a lot of moves to show it’s more transparent in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, but people are wildly polarized about whether they trust the company. A Survata study, seen exclusively by Business Insider,… Read More

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Deep data dive helps predict cerebral palsy

When University of Delaware molecular biologist Adam Marsh was studying the DNA of worms living in Antarctica’s frigid seas to understand how the organisms managed to survive–and thrive–in the extremely harsh polar environment, he never imagined his work might one day have a human connection. The post Deep data dive helps predict cerebral palsy appeared first on Knowridge Science Report. …read more Source:: Knowridge Science Report       

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