The blogpost provides fascinating information and data about the patent position of Augmented Reality. The post notes in summary that--
"Augmented Reality (AR) technology has seen a surge in innovation since 2010;In summary, the post proclaims—
AR relies on many technologies and has many applications;
Main technologies are head-mounted displays and image processing;
Siemens were pioneers and hold a large and mature patent portfolio."
"Pokémon Go has proven that AR is here to stay."As we suggested yesterday, the jury is still out whether Nintendo will ultimately enjoy sustained commercial success from AR technology. In seeking to answer this question, Aistemos has provided useful information and more food for thought. The post is well-worth reading (and reading again).
Thanks so much for this kind post. Not just Nigel Swycher but all of us at Aistemos are readers of your blog and we are all surprised that it doesn't receive more attention in the IP business community.
In response to the first comment I think IP Finance is written in IP language rather than finance language and so is not on the right wavelength for the business community to dip into.
Also IP remains peripheral and/or specialised to many business people.
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