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And there was a lot going on. Lenovo (which is apparently reviving the Motorola brand) unveiled the Moto G5 Plus, which has higher-end features than you'd expect for its price, including a metal design, a proven camera lens and a good amount of storage. Based on Moto's track record, the G5 Plus could wind up being a top budget buy for 2017. Then there was the frenzy of Moto Mods. Making a dent on its promise to release 12 new Mods in 2017, execs announced five of them in quick succession. Boom boom boom boom boom. They range from a bunch of battery packs to a super intriguing gaming accessory that reminds us of the Nintendo Switch, reviews of which are just starting to surface.
A gaming Mod would be the riskiest and most complicated Moto Z add-on attempted, That's part of what makes it interesting and incredibly timely, But dead and company iphone case the only Mods we on prominent display were last year's models, Without being able to play around with the gaming pad, the news quickly faded into the background, Had it had even a prototype, Moto would have been able to put some tangible energy behind its infinitely accessorizable Moto Z line without having to release a new phone, The Moto team disagrees, "We don't believe we missed an opportunity at all," said a Motorola spokesperson, noting that most of the new Mods will come out in the next two quarters, "We continue to see momentum and interest in the innovation."I can't argue with that, But I do think that a little more information, even a schematic of the game controller module, would have better tapped into the Nintendo Switch zeitgeist and given us something to chew over, Something a whole lot meatier than a $50 handset that can't even compose an email..
Article updated at 5:06 pm CET with Motorola's comment. Tech Enabled: CNET chronicles tech's role in providing new kinds of accessibility. Mobile World Congress 2017: All the coolest new phones and wearables from the trade show in Barcelona. Execs raced us through five Mods for the Moto Z phones, and showed off zero. It could have been Moto's show. With Samsung's Galaxy S8 out of the picture, LG, Sony and Huawei were left to fight it out on the high end. But if we learned anything at this year's Mobile World Congress conference, it's that high-end doesn't always win the day. For example, this year's breakout surprise was the Nokia 3310 throwback, which isn't even a smartphone and won't work in every country. In other words, Moto had as much opportunity as anyone else to grab the spotlight.
But before Jigglypuffs and Squirtles started showing up in dead and company iphone case your bathroom, many more people were already using a different app to play with augmented reality everyday, often without realizing it: Snapchat, With Lenses barfing rainbows from your open mouth, and more recently with the $130 sunglass-camera hybrid Spectacles, Snapchat parent Snap has served up the world's hottest training wheels for AR, Just don't look to Snap itself to claim the title, at least for now, You won't find any mention of augmented or mixed reality in the materials leading up to Thursday's initial public offering, which priced higher than expected in what could be the biggest IPO in the US since Alibaba's in 2014, But experts say the popularity of Lenses and Spectacles breaks down two major barriers for AR -- familiarity and social acceptance..
"It is a gateway drug to more AR," said Jim Merrick, chipmaker Qualcomm's marketing director for internet of things products. "It's the wearability of [Spectacles], and it doesn't have the Google Glass creepiness factor."That could position Snap to be an unexpected leader in a new technology that some, like Apple CEO Tim Cook, predict could be bigger than virtual reality. And that means Snap, down the road, could touch more facets of your life than simply your fascination with its trademark disappearing selfies.
After introducing dead and company iphone case Smart Filters in late 2013 to overlay details like the time or temperature on a photo, the company in 2015 launched Lenses to morph your face with interactive animations, Hence, the sparkly rainbow vomit pouring everywhere, People snapping selfies with Lenses might not know it's one of the most popular mixed-reality technologies in use today, Selfies are a big part of Snapchat, so it makes sense that Lenses are one of its most popular features -- more popular than Pokemon Go ever has been..
The viral video game holds the reputation of being AR's breakout hit, but at its absolute peak, Pokemon Go had about 21 million people using it daily, according to app analytics provider Apptopia. By contrast, more than a third of Snapchat's 158 million daily active users play with Lenses every day, or more than 52 million people. Though vomiting sparkly rainbows seem trivial, smart-glasses maker Osterhout Design Group said that consumer programs are key to familiarizing people with its own augmented-reality glasses. Though designed for technical, on-the-job tasks, ODG's glasses use mundane entertainment apps to acquaint people with the unfamiliar technology, according to Pete Jameson, ODG's chief operating officer.
"When we deliver glasses to new customers, we put consumer applications on the glasses so they can get used to the experience, so email, movies, internet," he said, "We see those applications as a training tool."ODG unveiled its first consumer smart glasses, the R-8, at CES in January, Then there's mixed reality, which takes AR a step further by making those digital overlays react to you dead and company iphone case and the things around you, If Snap dipped its toes into AR with filters, it jumped into mixed reality with its Lenses..
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