Augmented Reality’s Intersection With Culture, Law, IP and Ethics [VIDEO]

At the Augmented World Expo earlier this month in Santa Clara, California, I moderated two consecutive hour-long panel discussions.  The first, entitled “Augmented Reality’s Impact on Society and Culture,” was a lively discussion with author Greg Kipper; reality architect Tish Shute of Syntertainment, Inc.; wearable computing developer Noah Zerkin; and computer vision pioneer Dr. Steve Feiner.  This group was assembled by Joseph Rampolla of the ARDirt podcast:

The second panel, entitled “Law, IP and Ethics in AR” featured patent attorney and inventor Brett Krueger; Matt Symczyk , president of Zugara; patent attorney Ben Esplin; and ethicist Nicola Liberati of the University of Pisa, Italy: