Telepresence in the Courtroom

“OK Glass, and may it please the court.” Digital eyewear and other methods of digitally participating in remote events could easily revolutionize the practice of litigation. Public speakers have traditionally honed their presentations by performing in front of a mirror, but digital eyewear will provide lawyers with a whole new level of self-analysis.  The personal injury […]

Augmented … Rape? New Short Film Explores the Really Dark Side of AR

“Living in a world of grey, two M.I.T graduates invent a gadget that will not only rival one of the worlds largest tech companies but the morality of our society as a whole.” That’s how first-time filmmaker Antonio R. Cannady summarizes Ex Post Facto, the 13-minute short film he published on YouTube on August 5, […]

Read What You Click – Courts Are Enforcing Online Arbitration Provisions

Two courts at opposite ends of the country have upheld online arbitration contracts in recent months. I’ve previously written about the hesitance some courts have had to enforce “click-wrap” arbitration provisions unless the person has actually seen and read the terms of the agreement. As ecommerce becomes an increasingly important facet of our everyday lives, however, some courts seem […]

Augmenting the Education of Disabled Students

The possibilities for augmented reality in the educational field are seemingly endless. Brad Waid and Drew Minock have been at the forefront of this topic for some time. They were each elementary school educators n Bloomfield Hills, Michigan when they began touring the country teaching other educators how to use AR in the classroom. Now employed […]