Les téléphones mobiles déferlent aussi dans les musées chinois et le principal d'entre eux souhaite leur faire le meilleur accueil. Le National Museum of China a lancé des applications et déployé des QR codes dans ses ...
augmented reality into the living room of a home using a combination of a projector and a Kinect camera. The purpose would be to enhance the environment (#AR - next big topic Augmented reality IllumiRoom from Microsoft will one day bring AR home...
The use of mobile devices to engage with print content and ads in magazines continues to grow, with augmented reality comprising almost 10 percent of all mobile activation points last year, according to a new report from Nellymoser.
Satoru Iwata shows them off during a Chotto Direct
Satoru Iwata has announced a selection of new special pre-paid cards will be coming to Japan during a Chotto Nintendo Direct. What's so special about them? Well, they double up as augmented reality cards, which can be used in conjunction with new 3DS downloadable AR software called Isshoni Photo.
The software will be free to download and can be accessed by simply scanning the QR code that comes with the card. Japanese 3DS owners will be able to use the software to take photos of the characters and interact with them.
The wearable revolution is heading beyond Google Glass, fitness tracking and health monitoring. The future is wearables that conjure up a digital layer in real space to 'augment' reality. Read this article by Dan Farber on CNET News.
Augmented reality allows someone to add another layer to an existing image. For example, imagine holding your phone over a poster on the wall as if you were going to take a photo of that poster, and then instantly a video starts playing to offer you additional information about that particular poster. Pretty cool, right? The first time it happens, it seems like magic.