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Augmented reality's promise
This episode, Founders Fund partner Cyan Banister (https://twitter.com/cyantist) and Super Ventures managing partner Matt Miesnieks (https://twitter.com/mattmiesnieks) joined TechCrunch editor-in-chief Matthew Panzarino (https://twitter.com/panzer) to talk the past, present and future of augmented reality. The main question, of course, is why now? Why are we seeing the likes of Facebook, Apple and other similar big cos hopping on the AR train? Because it’s starting to work. So maybe the question really is "why not?" Comparisons between AR and VR abound, with our guests this week very much in AR’s corner. With applications in the enterprise space, construction, medical have been the most compelling uses of the tech, according to Banister. So is going for a walk and looking for ghosts. Didn’t see that coming, did you? Extras: Refractions made with ARKit https://twitter.com/cabbibo/status/892153453618708480 Why Apple’s glasses won’t include ARKit by Matt Miesnieks
Silicon Valley's low emotional EQ and, no, not Zuck for president
Om Malik, the venerable entrepreneur, writer and now investor, joined TechCrunch editor-in-chief Matthew Panzarino for our second episode of The TechCrunch Podcast.
Bicycles, e-Bikes and the slow-burn disruption of cities
Cities are becoming more crowded, people are buying more cars and mass transit is reaching capacity. At some point, there will be no room to move. That’s where bikes come in. Even better, that’s where e-bikes come in. Music By The Passion HiFi www.thepassionhifi.com
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