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Bill Wasinger

Bill Wasinger is an award winning copywriter and consultant with over 25 years experience writing for print, broadcast, and digital media. He operates his own copy and design firm, Ph Communications, working with a variety of national and regional brands.

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Augmented Reality Turns the Hard Hat into a Thinking Cap

Augmented Reality Turns the Hard Hat into a Thinking Cap

The Daqri Smart Helmet puts augmented reality to work. […]

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Ever Wanted to Change the Past? Now You Can … Virtually

Ever Wanted to Change the Past? Now You Can … Virtually

Through immersive virtual reality, a new study allows participants to travel back in time and change the past. […]

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Get Inside Big Data Through VR

Get Inside Big Data Through VR

The CEEDs project is using virtual reality to present big data in relatable, human terms. […]

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Augmented Reality Gear Puts Eyes in the Back of Your Head 1

Augmented Reality Gear Puts Eyes in the Back of Your Head

Check out the Skully Helmets AR-1 augmented reality motorcycle helmet, offering a rear view and heads-up display while offering greater visibility and safety for the wearer. […]

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Are You Ready For Live Action VR?

Are You Ready For Live Action VR?

Live action VR is here thanks to JauntVR. […]

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Lego 'Fuses' with Augmented Reality - This Generation of Kids Have it Better Than We Did

Lego ‘Fuses’ with Augmented Reality – This Generation of Kids Have it Better Than We Did

Lego Fusion turns toy bricks into interactive 3D designs. […]

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The Oculus Rift Could Be Just What the Doctor Ordered

The Oculus Rift Could Be Just What the Doctor Ordered

As the gaming community eagerly awaits the Oculus Rift, the virtual reality headset that will allow gamers full, 360° immersion into their games and virtual worlds, the medical community is also developing a wide variety of applications for the new VR device. And, as a recent Forbes article points out, the use of virtual reality as […]

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BMI-Controlled Exoskeleton Helps a Paraplegic Man Kick Off the World Cup

BMI-Controlled Exoskeleton Helps a Paraplegic Man Kick Off the World Cup

As the world watched, the FIFA World Cup 2014 in Sao Paulo, Brazil was officially kicked off last week by a 29-year old Brazilian named Juliano Pinto. Nothing unusual about that, until you consider that Pinto is a paraplegic and made the ceremonial kick-off through the use of an exoskeleton controlled by brain waves transmitted […]

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