With its Color Alive line, Crayola was the first company to merge coloring books and apps so kids could bring their on-page creations to life. But Disney Research is taking that idea one step further by letting kids see a coloring book character move in 3D while they’re still coloring it.
It’s all made possible by a new augmented reality app that Disney Research has developed that’s able to track and capture real-time images from a mobile device’s camera, and then map them onto any 3D deformable surface. In the example above it’s a cartoon elephant whose pants are slowly being colored in, but it could just as easily be a castle getting new flags, or a space ship getting some battle damage.
While we weren't able to send anyone to this week's VR-filled Oculus Connect conference in Hollywood, Oculus and 3D video company NextVR promised that we could at least feel like we were there for the news-filled keynote presentations.
Soon, nearly everyone will have a VR device, or use one regularly. The well of content is rising, and the cost is dropping; only the execution of the various applications is limiting exponential growth.
Hace algunas semanas os mostramos un vídeo en el que un dibujante profesional, el responsable por varios personajes de Disney, usaba unas gafas HTC Vive, junto a la aplicación Tilt Brush (originalmente creada para Oculus Rift por la empresa...
QR codes are possibly one of the most underused useful features of new technology. Perhaps one of the main reasons for this is that many people see them as a form of barcode and wrongly believe that they can only be produced by companies, but the reality is anyone can produce a QR code within seconds.
Cambiar el aspecto de nuestras aulas, aumentar la motivación de los alumnos y profesores, fomentar el uso de las TIC mediante los dispositivo móviles, todo esto y mucho más ya es algo posible gracias a la realidad aumentada.
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