Augmented Reality 2.0
Episode 332 - November 21, 2020
- Augmented iPhones
- Amazon Echo Frames
- Twitter's Fleets
- Midwest Governors Mask Up
- Facial Distracting
- Apple's Podcast Player
- LinkedIn Voices
- Holiday Branded Merch
- Turkey Pillows
- Fake People
- Holiday Sales Projections
Instead of headsets, Apple’s mission is to make AR part of equipment you already have, like your iPhone.
The $250 Echo Frames are Amazon's take on smart glasses.
Twitter announced a global launch of the ephemeral disappearing feature “Fleets.”
Mask Up, Midwest
The governors of seven midwestern states collaborated on a public service announcement video about how to protect loved ones, front-line workers, and small businesses from the alarming spikes in COVID-19 cases in their states and around the nation.
Engineering researchers at the University of Toronto, in Canada — used AI software programs to design a privacy filter for your photos that disables automatic facial recognition systems.
Embeddable Apple Podcasts
Podcasters can now create new embeddable web players for their shows as well as individual episodes.
LinkedIn’s 6th annual Top Voices list, is a look at the creators driving today’s professional conversation.
Holiday Branded Merch
Frito-Lay is pushing branded apparel and Pepsi has concocted an apple pie-flavored cola.
Arby’s unpatented Deep Fried Turkey Pillow is part stylish sleep mask, part cloud, and all your new favorite pillow.
There are now businesses that sell fake people. They look just like the people you see on Facebook and Twitter but they are created by AI.
Shiny New Stuff
Identify Brand Fans With Net Promoter Score Emails
An example Net Promoter Score campaign from VidIQ.
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