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Enter the world of augmented reality

15 Jun 2015  | Rick Merritt

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Sparking new industrial niches


Seabery chief executive Alejandro Villaran demonstrated Soldamatic, a digital tool to teach welding techniques in the safety of a virtual world. The $16,000 custom platform is one of a range of industrial training products the company plans to develop. Such targeted business products are widely seen as the starting point for virtual and augmented reality products in the wake of the flop of Google's Project Glass in the consumer market.


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