The leading platform for augmented reality commerce.
I would challenge this statement.
This was clearly defined with the now co-opted Mixed Reality term from the 1994 Milgram paper that you are certainly well aware of. Why the need to keep re-defining things?
An elevator pitch is explicitly about taking someone from “I know nothing about you” to “I’m genuinely curious.” If they are genuinely curious then you are past the elevator pitch point…so I’m not sure the article is addressing the problem.
The problem is — how do you get someone, no matter who, that has a limited attention…
I’m in agreement with you that there is huge opportunity in mobile. I mean that’s what I do right now.
I wrote about that last year as well: http://insights.pair3d.com/2016/01/12/promoting-mobile-augmented-reality-applications-of-today-will-encourage-adoption-of-smartglasses-tomorrow/
Good on you for teaching basic gun knowledge.
I’m more curious about how you “don’t support the second amendment.” I’m not sure what that means. Does that mean that you don’t support a state’s right to maintain a guard unit, or that you don’t support and individual right to own a gun, or that you just want to put distance between your views and those of the “2nd amendment crowd.”
I know you don’t mention it, but looking across both VR and AR this is an important metric in the early days — less so in the long run of HMD based AR.
Time spent in AR is one of our (Pair3d) KPIs and we have been tracking it since we released — also because it’s the first time as far as I know that you can accurately track…