QR code labels market continues to expand and grow in value

QR code labels - QR coce on Cheez Whiz container lid

The market is expected to expand at CAGR of 9.7% during 2019 – 2027. Manufacturers of QR code labels are expected to witness healthy revenue growth due to how widely applicable this practical technology is for a diverse range of brands. According to a report from Future Market Insights (FMI), the quick response (QR) code labels market was valued at US$996.8 million in 2018 and it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.7% during 2019 – 2027. The readability of these labels is helping to spur their growth.…

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BTS mobile game to release worldwide on June 25

BTS mobile game - BTS World - YoutTube

The globally-popular K-pop group announced their own mobile game. The upcoming BTS game, “BTS World” is a story-based mobile simulation game that will simultaneously be released worldwide on June 25, 2019. Players take on the role of BTS’ manager. Equipped with interactive elements, the BTS mobile game focuses on the start of the seven-member group’s career. Players take on the role of BTS’ manager and are tasked with the job of pushing the group through their debut to become the international stars they are now. To help the group achieve…

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Google search AR feature now lets you see animals through augmented reality

Google Search AR Feature - AR animal search - Google

The AR feature is part of Google’s new augmented reality models. A new Google search AR app feature has been launched by the Internet giant. The company announced its new augmented reality models back in May at its I/O developer’s conference. This new feature allows smartphone users to view a 3D image of certain search results, including some animals. The AR feature works with several different animals. To view the animals in augmented reality mode, users will require an ARCore or ARKit-ready Android phone or iPhone. Using a compatible smartphone,…

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Wearable ocular technology could help those who are blind to see

wearable ocular technology - Orion visual cortical prosthesis - Second Sight - YouTube

Orion is a groundbreaking medical system that uses diverse technologies to help blind individuals see again. A new wearable ocular technology called Orion has been developed by California-based Second Sight. Orion is a visual cortical prosthesis that is made up of an implant designed to communicate with a pair of smartglasses that are equipped with an affixed camera. The device was designed to provide artificial vision, with the potential to restore some form of useable vision in individuals who are completely blind. Second Sight is planning to test Orion with…

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