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By Erin Carson, From TechRepublic

Augmented reality display integrated with self-contained breathing apparatus, 2006
The idea here is to combine AR technology with a firefighter’s rig, including a breathing apparatus, and create an AR training system for firefighters, or even first responders.
Image: Google Patents

Augmented reality data center visualization, 2012
The aim of this patent to is put visualized data from data centers onto a portable device, combined with the actual datacenter environment.
Image: Google Patents

Augmented reality language translation system and method, 2011
This AR system would use augmented reality to translate foreign languages in real time.
Image: Google Patents

Novel Augmented reality kiosks, 2014
This AR system would use augmented reality to translate foreign languages in real time.
Image: Google Patents

Augmented reality worksite, 2014
This sounds ambitious. This patent proposes a way of using AR to connect machines on a worksite with the people working there using headmounted displays. That includes not only coordinating the machines, but having access to data about the worksite.
Image: Google Patents

Touch screen augmented reality system and method, 2009
Here’s a touchscreen that uses AR to create a different kind of human computer interface.
Image: Google Patents

Augmented reality building operations tool, 2011
Data and diagnostics about different systems in a building get overlaid with real-time images on a mobile device with this AR patent.
Image: Google Patents

Augmented reality maps, 2011
There’s a lot of speculation about when Apple might enter the AR/VR arena. Here’s a patent it filed a few years back for augmented reality maps. Imagine taking a picture of a location and then getting data back about it in AR form.
Image: Google Patents

Augmented reality panorama supporting visually impaired individuals, 2013
This patent deals with using an augmented reality system to help those with vision problems.
Image: Google Patents

Augmented reality enhanced triage systems and methods for emergency medical services, 2013
This patent is aimed at the medical industry, particularly emergency situations where AR could help organize patient info to perform triage.
Image: Google Patents

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