It doesn’t get any quieter for the team here at Laduma and in the fast-paced world of Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and Mixed Reality, that’s a given.
Over the last week we’ve reviewed BOSS Night events in Dublin, talked about AR Core in the classroom and even discussed AR and VR in the world of football. Then there was Sunday at Anfield. Oh, there was Sunday at Anfield.
At the start of the week, we looked back at our visit to BOSS Night in Dublin – a celebration of music and culture linked to Liverpool FC.
Then it was the turn of our Senior Developer, Tommy Pickersgill, to explain how the latest update of AR Core might finally be the breakthrough for teachers and pupils that we’ve all been waiting for.
Life-size Da Vinci models and dinosaurs in the classroom? Tommy tells us they could be just around the corner.
On Thursday, our team in the UK and US got together to talk about why the AR market is growing so quickly. It is expected that AR users in the US will reach 51.2 million this year, up 36.0% over 2017.
Why the increase? Our experts explain.
On Friday, we talked to musician Jamie Webster – a regular at BOSS Night events – about how he’s been entertaining Liverpool FC fans across the world this summer.
Not only that, we also marked the start of the Premier League season with a look at the best examples of AR and VR in the footballing world. Our 360° work with Sure and Ross Barkley was in there of course, as was the BBC’s VR app.
And did we mention Sunday? The first game of the Premier League season in the Laduma executive suite at Anfield and a 4-0 win for Liverpool over West Ham. Weeks don’t end on a better note than that for Laduma!
— Laduma (@Laduma) August 12, 2018