May 03

“7 Cool Things from the Smart Cities Expo in Brooklyn” – The Bridge

“When viewed through the mixed-reality Microsoft HoloLens, the skyline of Seattle comes into three-dimensional view. Powered by software from Taqtile, the city view can be overlaid with all sorts of information, including real-time traffic patterns, weather forecasts, and geo-tagged Twitter feeds. Dirck Schou, co-founder of Seattle-based Taqtile, demonstrated how multiple users could collaborate in real time viewing the same 3D experience. The company deployed its technology for a golf app (above) and a project with the Cleveland Cavaliers to create a virtual holographic walkthrough of proposed renovations to the Quicken Loans Arena.”

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