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  • AWE 2014 is over
Make The World Interactive
Augmented World ExpoTM (AWE) is the world’s largest conference for professionals focused on making the world more interactive - featuring technologies such as Augmented Reality, Wearable Computing, Smart Glasses, Gesture and Sensors devices, and The Internet of Things. Now in its 6th year, AWE 2015 is poised to set a new record with 3000 CEOs, CTOs, designers, developers, creative agencies, futurists, analysts, investors, and high-level press.
Network
3000 tech professionals - View list of 150 presenting companies
Experience
200+ demos that make the world more interactive - watch demos
Learn
135 AWE-Inspiring talks by top industry innovators - watch talks
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AWE News

Smart Glasses Report Predicts 1 Billions Shipments by 2020

Smart Glasses Report Predicts 1 Billions Shipments by 2020

Smart Glasses Market Report 2014 New York, NY – November 5, 2014: A new report by AugmentedReality.Org (the producer of AWE) is predicting that the Smart Glasses market will soar towards 1 billi... Read More »

AWE 2015 Call for Proposals

AWE 2015 Call for Proposals

Augmented World Expo™ now in its 6th year, is expected to draw a record of over 3000 passionate attendees and 200 exhibits to the Santa Clara Convention Center in California on June 8-10, 2015. AWE 20... Read More »

AWE 2014 Summary

AWE 2014 Summary

Here’s a recap of AWE 2014 with lots of images, videos, and helpful links. The AWE 2014 Theme resonated! “Augmented Reality is the interface between Wearables and the Internet of Things... Read More »

AWE 2014 Videos – Trend #4: 3D-Fying the World

AWE 2014 Videos – Trend #4: 3D-Fying the World

The 4th trend that defined AWE 2014 was: From GPS-based experience to 3D –fying the world. The first AR demo on a smartphone in 2008 was based on GPS and it wowed the world. For some nostalgia, here&#... Read More »

AWE 2014 is over – Thank You For Making It AWEsome!

AWE 2014 is over – Thank You For Making It AWEsome!

AWE 2014 by the Numbers Total AWE 2014 Registrations: 1,788 AWE Hackathon Registrations: 193 Number of Demos/Exhibits: 223 Speakers and Performers: 156 Press in Attendance: 83 Countries in AWE:  39 Au... Read More »

Augmented World Expo Announces Auggie Award winners, Recap of Show Announcements

Augmented World Expo Announces Auggie Award winners, Recap of Show Announcements

Santa Clara, CA, June 2, 2014– The organizers of Augmented World Expo 2014 are proud to share the winners of the coveted Auggie Award Awards, as presented on the closing day of the fifth annual event,... Read More »

USA TODAY: Augmented World Takes Center Stage at Expo

USA TODAY: Augmented World Takes Center Stage at Expo

SANTA CLARA, Calif. – Think of it as the Consumer Electronics Show of the future. The increasingly near future. Augmented World Expo kicks off here Wednesday with some 200 exhibitors of virtual realit... Read More »

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AWE Sponsors

Gold Sponsors
 Prize Sponsors

60976-594652-ozkOQwvVYrgspmH-4DStudio-logo@2x2014 Auggie Awards winners will be awarded the prize of a one-year Team license to DAQRI 4D Studio, a new and powerful cloud-hosted creative tool that makes it easy to create and publish augmented reality experiences

Silver Sponsors
Epson
Vuforia by Qualcomm
Intel
Metaio
Bronze Sponsors
Ngrain
Augmate
VividWorks
Artefacto
Bosch
ARPA
Supporting Sponsors
Meta
Honigman
Zappar
The Heavy Projects
ESRI
Intel – Make it Wearable
Catchoom
IEEE-SA
CandyLab
Arqetype
Luxoft
PatchedReality
AR Dirt

AWE Partners

Wearable Tech Expo
Wearable Technology Show
Neurogaming
Embedded Vision Summit
Wearable World
ISMAR
Living in Digital Times
BrickSimple

Media Partners

Tech Zulu
AR in China
ReadWriteWeb
GigaOm
Privacy Indentity Innovation
h+
O’Reilly
SVForum
Immersive Tech
GigantiCo
FORA.tv
Games Alfresco
Ubergizmo
AR Summit
ARNext
Ra’pro