01 November 2009

Tools of the future

Harvard's Business Review online has a short post by John Sviolka looking at Augmented Reality technologies and how they could soon be changing a variety of practices. GPS already has hints, but he looks at how it can go farther. And BMW made a provocative short video simulating how mechanics might use the tecnology to improve car repairs in the future. He also asks:
What do you think? Are we at the beginning of a revolution or is augmented reality an idea that will always be in the near future, but never here?
This may or may not help you imagine how environmental planning and design could change in the near future. But it merits a peek.

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