Modern workers have little patience for the traditional 8-to-5 work schedules that persist in many government agencies.
Forward-thinking government leaders can follow these steps to stay ahead of the curve.
The initiative aims to cut through the “bureaucracy” that blinds federal techies to other agencies’ projects.
Agencies will tap mobile devices to boost workforce productivity, delight citizens and drive greater overall mission success.
The most important technological advances of the past decade are converging inside the battle for your phone’s camera.
The virtual urban environment that realistically simulates the common spatial negotiation tasks that a first-time wheelchair user might encounter.
The tech company officially killed the idea of special sensors for AR phones.
It may well cause you to question the very nature of reality.
A growing drone startup uses augmented reality to drop the joystick.
New chatbot programs are being developed to keep our knowledge active after our physical being passes away.
"I think that it’ll make our lives better.”
Forrester Research expects augmented and virtual reality will be customer experience game-changers.
Two new digital communities will coalesce around new burgeoning technologies in an effort to promote interagency collaboration, partnerships with industry and to exchange ideas about what works.
The department is hosting a $680,000 challenge for virtual and augmented reality ideas.
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