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This board was inspired by a blog post by @The Speech Guy (Jeremy Legaspi)'s post on his blog. You can find the post here: http://the-speechguy.com/2013/03/13/fire-fun-with-augmented-reality/
Augmented reality is becoming a very rich, versatile environment for learning activities.
Okay, so what’s an assistive robot? Well, they’re a lot more cool and useful and tech than it might sound. Think of them more like… social robots, or maybe cybernetic enhancements, or,...
I believe that assistive robots will be viable within the next 5-10 years judging by the trends in artificial intelligence developments.
We all feel like augmented reality could power the next killer app, but how would it work?A new Apple patent application hints at how Cupertino may be piecing together an answer.
Apple’s application talks a lot about user annotation--in text and URLs. But let’s look at how Twitter and Facebook treat shared URLs today. They actually pull images from them in a seamless preview, saving users a click into a browser. Map that philosophy onto Apple’s proposal, and suddenly, you can place not just text but images and video in 3-D space across environments. Multimedia merges with the physical world, creating repercussions in communications and advertising that we can only begin to imagine.
AR in a social context, a shared AR