Last week’s AWE 2013 was nothing short of AWEsome and we couldn’t have done it without you.  It is with the deepest sincerity that we thank you for participating in AWE 2013.  Based on the press received (see below) and the number of participants at this year’s event (over 1000!) we know that the world is as excited about the future of Augmented Reality as you are.

AWE attendees: please take 5 minutes to fill a quick survey about your experience at AWE 2013.
Answer 5 questions and vote for your favorite speakers, exhibitors, and sessions.

Videos of AWE 2013’s 35 hours of educational sessions are now available on our YouTube channel.
You may subscribe to see more AR goodness, and spread the word and help educate the market about Augmented Reality.

AWE 2013 by the numbers:

Select attendees quotes and major press articles:

“I’m SO pumped, thankful and grateful for what just happened. I don’t want to sound all “religious experience” like, but it WAS great.”
“AWE2013 was incredible, thank yo so much for putting together such a diverse, mind altering event, and for inviting us to participate. I feel like my life changed there, and I came away totally charged by the experience. So cool.”
“I met so many amazing interesting people with brilliant ideas, I learnt so much, and I came away being so incredibly inspired and motivated to keep pushing and striving”
In the shadow of Google Glass, an augmented reality industry revs its engines
The Verge, Sean Hollister, June 9, 2013

The next big thing in tech: Augmented reality
CNET, Dan Farber, June 7, 2013

Visualized: a history of augmented and virtual reality eyewear
Engadget, Michael Gorman, June 5, 2013

Augmented reality expo aims for sci-fi future today
USA Today, Marco della Cava, June 5, 2013

Will Wright at AWE Conference: Don’t Augment Reality, Decimate It
AllThingsD, Eric Johnson, June 4, 2013

Google Glass competitors vie for attention as industry grows
PC World, Zack Miners for IDG News Service, June 4, 2013

Expo puts augmented reality in the limelight
ABC 7 News, Jonathan Bloom, June 5, 2013

Many thanks to our sponsors who made this event possible!


Thanks Volunteers!

Special thanks for the wonderful group of (mostly) volunteers with tremendous passion for the Augmented World who went above and beyond to make the event successful – see the full list of credits here.

And thank YOU for making the 4th annual Augmented World Expo – an event to remember.

More AR goodness this year

If you are interested in participating in additional AR industry events this year let us know:

In the meantime – become an AugmentedReality.org member and help advance the industry!

And keep on Augmenting Reality to Advance Humanity!

See you next year!
(AWE 2014 date and location will be sent soon.)

Ori Inbar and the AWEsome Team

About AugmentedReality.org

AugmentedReality.org is a global not-for-profit organization dedicated to advancing and promoting the true potential of augmented reality. As trusted partner of its members and supporters, AR.org facilitates and catalyzes the global and regional transformation of the AR industry. Out goal: 1 billions active users of Augmented Reality by 2020. AR.org also owns and produces the largest international event for augmented reality and the global forum for AR innovation: Augmented World Expo (formerly Augmented Reality Event). All profits from the event are reinvested into AR.org’s industry services.

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