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Virtual and Augmented Reality in the Year 2020

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Thought leaders around the world agree that Virtual and Augmented Reality are the end game for how humans will interact with information and each other. That might be a scary thought for some, yet billions of dollars will continue to be invested in these technologies. This session will follow the path from today’s clunky head-mounted displays to tomorrow’s elegant virtual environments enabled by mobile devices like Google’s Project Tango and thin, light augmented reality glasses from companies like Magic Leap. The business opportunities for CEDIA members are huge.



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CEU Value: 0.5

This lesson is only available to CEDIA members.


Meet the Instructor

Biography

Rich Green

Rich Green Design

Rich Green has been an active professional in the audio/video design and installation industry since 1978. His system-integration company, Rich Green Design, serves the ambitious homeowners and businesses of Silicon Valley. His clients have included Steve Jobs, Larry Ellison, Jim Clark, Gordon Getty, Rush Limbaugh, Michael Tilson Thomas, and Luciano Pavarotti.

Rich sits on the Advisory Board of CEDIA, where he served as a three-term board member. He founded the CEDIA Technology Council and recently served as Secretary on the Executive Committee. Rich travels the world as an instructor, consultant and public speaker in the fields of Future Technologies and Design. Rich is a CEDIA Fellow.

Rich is an Adjunct Faculty member of Moraine Park Technical College, where he has created new curriculum on Emerging Innovations in Technology. He received his BS degrees in Physical Anthropology and Historical Geology from Northwestern University and continues to promote a humane, anthropological perspective on the future of consumer technologies.

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