Subscribe to the Magazine
Give a Gift Subscription
Buy Back Issues
Current Issue Contents
New York Magazine
Displaying all articles tagged:
An Augmented-Reality App Could Mean Guilt-Free Screen Time With Your Kids
Wonderscope creates a 3D storybook right in front of your eyes — and could help you feel better about letting your kids spend time with a screen.
The Magic Leap, the World’s Most-Hyped Gadget, Makes Its Underwhelming Debut
The Magic Leap is here, I guess.
Caused Billions in Damage
Researchers extrapolated how much playing while driving cost financially.
Will Apple Debut an AR Headset by 2020?
A report says Cupertino wants to get a headset to market within the next three years.
Tim Cook’s Doesn’t See AR Glasses Happening Anytime Soon
Per Cook, augmented reality will stay on your phone or tablet for a while yet.
The Black Eyed Peas Take Us Inside Their Augmented-Reality Comic Book
With the help of an app, the art in the graphic novel bursts off the page.
Apple’s Augmented Reality Is Gonna Be Huge
Apple’s augmented-reality efforts are already impressive — and will soon be available on hundreds of millions of phones.
The Rebirth of Google Glass on the Factory Floor
Google Glass is back, but you won’t be seeing it on the streets anytime soon.
HoloLens Was Just the Beginning. Microsoft Wants to Own AR and VR.
Working with Acer, Microsoft is putting out what will be the most affordable full-featured VR headset this holiday season.
Facebook Thinks Augmented Reality Is Its Future. Sorry, Snapchat.
If Snapchat wants to be the Apple of augmented reality, Facebook is more than happy to be its Microsoft.
Are Apple and Zeiss Working on Augmented-Reality Glasses?
One tech blogger claims that Apple and the high-end German optics company will release a pair of AR glasses — this year.
Snapchat Signals Hardware Plans, Joins the Bluetooth SIG
It’s the closest thing yet to an official confirmation.
Might Actually Be Helping Kids With Autism
It isn’t some crazy, unsupported theory.
Pokémon Is Back As an Augmented-Reality Game for People With Zero Shame
Be prepared to do some awkward stuff in public if you wanna catch ‘em all.
Google Just Invested Millions of Dollars in a Very Eccentric Man
Meet Rony Abovitz.
DKNY’s New Campaign Features ‘Real New Yorkers’
And Rita Ora.
Founder of Digital Eyeglasses Gets
Ripped Off at Paris
“As this technology becomes mainstream, McDonald’s might need to get used to it,” he writes.
Vulture Bytes: Ménage à Trois Headphones and Augmented Reality
Middle-school nostalgia by way of splitter headphones and 100-disc CD changers.