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Networks and IT  /  Article

From smartphones to glasses: 5G supports the development of extended reality (XR)

Extended reality (XR) is one of the new use cases that exploits the full technological and innovative potential of 5G. The fifth generation of mobile networks is a key technical enabler of innovative and immersive experiences on the go. Increased performance in terms of latency, throughput and energy consumption and an ability to distribute processing […]


Internet of things  /  Article

Extended reality for learning, designing, visiting, etc.

The term “extended reality” (XR) refers to all environments that combine real and virtual elements with various levels of interactivity with and between these elements. This includes augmented reality (AR), which superposes virtual 2D or 3D elements onto a real environment, virtual reality (VR), which completely immerses the user in a virtual universe, and mixed […]


Internet of things  /  Article

XR: 5G extends the boundaries of reality

Immersive systems known as Extended Reality (XR)—such as virtual reality, augmented reality and mixed reality—are gaining momentum for both personal and professional uses. However, these systems still have ways to go to deliver on their full potential; they sometimes struggle to achieve their ambition of interconnecting the real world with the virtual one due to […]


Networks and IT  /  Article

MWC 2019: the power of a 5G smartphone in your hand

Connection speed, latency, 8K images, virtual reality: at MWC 2019, Orange gives the public a chance to experience the new generation of 5G smartphones.


Artificial intelligence  /  Article

Extended reality: it’s coming soon!

Virtual reality and augmented reality are getting here slower than planned. But little by little, innovations are making these technologies more useful and attractive.


Artificial intelligence  /  Video

The new digital spaces of logistics

The supply chain must respond to ever tougher customer requirements and the challenges posed by the e-commerce boom.


Artificial intelligence  /  Article

The hologram: four examples of a revolutionary technology

Holographic technology associated with smartphones, the smart city, virtual assistants, or augmented reality, could revolutionise several industry sectors.


Research  /  Blog

Putting Augmented Reality to the test with museum visitors

This ergonomic research examines these questions using the results of collaborative research conducted in partnership with museums (Musée des Beaux-Arts de Rennes, Louvre Lens, Musée d’Orsay). To lead this investigation, there is an important distinction between the visitor’s emotional relationship with the exhibits and his/her analytical relationship with them. The emotional relationship involves the visitor […]


Artificial intelligence  /  Article

Holotennis, the future of sport where virtual and augmented reality meet

Tennis takes on a whole new dimension with Holotennis by allowing players to face each other remotely in a virtual space while other people watch the match while it’s broadcasted through an augmented reality device. Hologram duel Developed in partnership with the start-ups Emissive and Mimesys, the solution provides an immersive experience with two people […]