AT&T has announced a strategic, exclusive U.S. consumer relationship and investment with Magic Leap, developer of proprietary spatial computing and experiential platforms.
AT&T and Aira are developing and testing a solution designed to help people who are blind or have low vision better manage their prescription medication. The companies are working through the AT&T Foundry to develop the solution.
AT&T is kicking off the first phase of an edge computing test zone at the AT&T Foundry in Palo Alto, California. The first project getting underway at the test zone is a collaboration with GridRaster to test augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR) experiences on mobile devices.
Virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) are two hot, new technologies that promise to enhance consumer engagement anywhere there’s a screen. Many experts predict that AR/VR will be the next big game-changing technology. However, to make AR/VR experiences an everyday occurrence, network bandwidth and latency performance must far exceed today’s capabilities. At AT&T, we are designing our 5G network and 5G Evolution technology to drive mass-market adoption of the AR/VR ecosystem.