Omniscience Receives Key Patent for First Use of Augmented Reality for the Computational Enterprise
Omniscience today disclosed that it has been granted a patent for the first use of Augmented Reality (AR) for a key Computational Enterprise enabling application. Computational Enterprise is a next-generation model for modern businesses.
This patent allows businesses to capture and process hand-written or typed material using a cell phone or mobile device. With this capability, end-customers and consumers can provide substantial information to insurance companies or other business that need information about their customers. This data-liberation advance is one of many technologies that underpin the Omniscience platform.
“The future of nearly all enterprises is to be able to use the vast amounts of data – from consumers, information agencies, medical sources, regulators, and the entire company – regardless of its original format or medium — to tailor the services offered to individual customers,” said Manu Shukla, Co-Founder and CTO of Omniscience. “The capability made possible by this patent makes it easy for customers to provide their personal information in a private, digitized manner and is a critical entry point for our vision of the Computational Enterprise.”
One of the breakthroughs in this patent is to use principles of augmented reality to digitize the data from each form, regardless of its complexity, at the source. These techniques have been used in the past for mapping, check deposits, and games but never for multifaceted business forms.
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