Allow us to introduce the latest social media app that every young person is talking about – BeReal! With a 315% increase in downloads for 2022 as released by Apptopia, with at least 65% of lifetime uploads happening within the
App developed by Singapore start-up Nervote can check vital signs such as heart rate, oxygen levels and respiration rate
Smartphone app developed by Singapore start-up Nervote can check vital signs such as heart rate, oxygen levels, respiration rate, and even stress levels using artificial intelligence-based technology. The Nervote app uses remote photo plethysmography (rPPG) and AI to capture and analyse
Stockholm, Sweden-based telemedicine app company Kry has launched a video consultation platform in the U.S., marking the firm’s first expansion beyond Europe. Founded in 2014, KRY allows you to consult a qualified health professional within minutes, via your smartphone or tablet.
Posemoji, which is available for free on Apple’s App Store, is a magical new way to express yourself with body and motion, using state of the art AI that transforms your movements into whimsical effects.
Angry Birds is taking the battle to another realm: ours. The popular franchise’s next mobile game, Angry Birds: Isle of Pigs, will harness augmented reality to enable players knock down pig-filled fortresses animated over your everyday world. The game was originally
Microsoft's new HoloLens 2 was unveiled at the MWC Barcelona yesterday boasting an increased peripheral view twice as large as the original - by 52 degrees - which was something the original HoloLens lacked according to critics. Not only will it have a significantly larger field of view but it will also have an increased resolution and better comfort for wearers.
A young start up company, Litho, has created a motion controller that’s currently on sale for developers, with the goal of a general launch by the end of the year.
Apple released iOS 12 on Monday five days after its announcements of the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR. The new OS features better performance for older devices, Augmented Reality and ARKit 2, new life balance tools, and tweaks to Siri, Photos and Apple News.
With only a day to go until apple announces its three new iPhone’s and this is the point where every rumor swings into spotlight. The latest rumor comes from a twitter post posted by Ben Geskin. He posted pictures of “dummy
ARKit was launched by Apple, and Google released ARCore for Android, both powerful tools for developers to create augmented reality apps. It is predicted that there will be 1 billion augmented reality users by 2020.