As many of our readers know, Art for After Hours is blending the traditional chalk art form with the emerging technologies of animated augmented reality (AR). We are finding that our recent projects using AR with the chalk art ...
Researchers at Delft University of Technology are bringing augmented reality to the crime scene. A pair of specially designed goggles, two head-mounted cameras and a laptop rig will allow investigators to simply point to tag evidence.
It’s been well over a year since Layar partnered with The Rolling Stones to launch the first augmented reality campaign with a major rock band, and now we’re joining forces with the similarly-named music magazine, Rolling Stone.
If you’ve followed some of our recent posts about Layar Vision projects (for instance, the LINDA. and Make Magazine promotions) then you may have come across the logo you see on the right. That’s the “View with Layar” logo.
The 'iOptik' contact lenses developed by innovega technology manufacturing lab permits users to focus simultaneously on images that are close up and far away, providing a viable foundation for virtual reality interfacing.
Agency Tribal DDB recently employed the helped of Layar Vision to liven up their desktop reference "Mobile Engagement: A Guide to the Mobile World." Here's an interview with Joeri Kiekebosch from Tribal about the project.
During the demo session at ISMAR 2011 in Basel, a Medical Augmented Reality system has been presented by developers of Space Applications Services N.V./S.A.. The objective of the project Computer Aided Medical Diagnostics and Surgery System (CAMDASS)...
We dug into ESPN's use of the Xbox 360 and EA Sports games to power its Virtual Playbook segments last year, but in preparation for this round of BCS bowl games it's upgraded the system with a bit of augmented reality.
Many Nintendo 3DS owners in Japan have been waiting with bated breath for the three-dimensional and augmented-reality version of "Love Plus," which was a phenomenon on the original DS not too long ago.
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