Well this is a nice garnish Nokia's put on its new Lumia 900 superphone: an augmented reality app—called City Lens—that might actually be worth a damn. And it might make Nokia Maps the undisputed champ.
Go Celts. We’re going to take the focus off of the upcoming insideAR for just a moment while we tell you about this very cool project from Swiss developer Marius Hügli, who worked with the Museum zu Allerheiligen Schaffhausen, Switzerland.
We’re very happy to announce that buildAR, the world’s first Augmented Reality Content Management System, has announced an “exciting new direction” by adding support for HTML5 and junaio to their platform.
Companies like Google and Qualcomm are diving head first into augmented-reality tech. Molly Wood grabs a smartphone and meets up with Hewlett-Packard's Aurasma to see how San Francisco looks through an AR lens.
The Cinematic Innovation Summit will spotlight advances coming in cinematic technology in the next 10-20 years, including innovations driven by artificial intelligence and cognitive science…limitless game-style interactivity between audiences and characters…ultra-realistic 3D projections and “augmented reality”, making viewers feel they are inside the movies they are watching…and more. Each of these is expected to have wide applications beyond cinema.
When scanned with the Android app, the codes call up the associated image and display it in an augmented reality on your phone. The LZRTAG promo video shows the app used as digital “tags” on walls, telephone poles and ...
Call: IEEE Virtual Reality 2013Telepresence OptionsAt the conference you will find the brightest minds, the most innovative research, the leading companies and the most stimulating discussions in the fields of virtual environments, augmented...
iSee provide Augmented Reality solutions for organisations looking to develop deeply engaging experiences
We describe ourselves as platform agnostic. This enables us to produce the right solution to meet our client’s brief and ambition, rather than be constrained by the technology. But our preference is to work on the more versatile platforms familiar in the gaming sector which enables us to create sophisticated and high quality content.
We are flexible in our approach to publishing AR content, either through:
‘white label’ client branded Apps AR publishing platforms Our own iSee AR app Or, as an AR content provider to other digital marketing teams.
The individual experience and expertise of our team has enabled us to specialise in content for media, entertainment, sport and publishing. But it is also important to us to establish firm credentials in practical everyday applications of Augmented Reality so we are working on material for the ophthalmic, education and corporate sectors.
We continue to push the boundaries of AR content creation – our work shown at the Gadget Show Live, 2012 demonstrated real time video streaming from 3D animations with additional graphics and text overlaid – a first for Augmented Reality.
The framework, which is called Interactive Spaces, is distributed under the permissive Apache license and is available for download from a Mercurial repository hosted on Google Code. The search giant announced the new framework in a post on its official open source software blog.
If you're feeling a little lonely, technology is always there to help. Not only can you meet people via social networks, you could also create a robot that sits on your shoulder so your friends can virtually follow you wherever you go. But if that isn't enough for you, you can take it one step further and make an augmented reality (AR) girlfriend.
Engineer "AmadeusSVX" combined AR goggles made out of a Xtion Pro with J-pop (Japanese pop music) and anime to let you pick a companion of your choosing for a "date". The details are a little sketchy regarding how AmadeusSVX made the gadget, but for demonstration purposes, he chose female singing synthesizer Hatsune Miku to serve as his virtual significant other.
It appears you can design your own companion using specific software, then place it in real-life scenarios by putting on the goggles. For instance, Hatsune will stand in front of you as tall as an actual woman, follow you around, and respond to you when you touch her.
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