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Instant 3D modeling with ProFORMA from Cambridge University

Just when you thought you were safe from instant augmentation, along comes ProFORMA: Probabilistic Feature-based On-line Rapid Model Acquisition (http://mi.eng.cam.ac.uk/~qp202/my_papers/BMVC09/) Via (http://www.engadget.com/2009/11/23/cambridges-proforma-does-3d-scanning-with-any-stationary-webcam/) Video says it all! — —

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Augmented Report Interviews at ISMAR

Join Augmented Report (http://augmentedreport.com) for the full 4 days at ISMAR 2009 (http://ismar-society.org/ismar2009/). Tell us about your AR projects and plans  with a short interview! Signup form is here: (http://augmentedreport.com/content/interview-form). Will be in contact by email or phone to confirm … Continue reading

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This Tuesday – “Virtual Worlds in 2020” – advance reading and viewing

If you’re joining us (local event in Palo Alto) for this coming Tuesday’s event “Virtual Worlds in 2020 Workshop” here’s some advanced reading and viewing for that. Due to the intensively interactive nature of this event, there will not be … Continue reading

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OReilly Radar on Microsoft augmented video 2019

Brady Forest (http://radar.oreilly.com/brady)  has some comments today at (http://radar.oreilly.com/2009/09/a-computing-future-from-micros.html) about this video which has been out a few months. [-Bob Ketner]

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Layar enables 3D objects

Via Tech Crunch: http://www.mobilecrunch.com/2009/09/22/layar-enhances-augmented-reality-browser-platform-with-3d-capabilities/ Yet another reason to meet up at ISMAR 2009! Here’s 8 More!

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Eight Reasons to attend ISMAR 2009

Just got word that early ISMAR Registration has been extended to September 25, 2009 Here are the top 3 … no make that top 8 reasons you should not miss it! 1. Hands-on demonstrations of the latest augmented reality (AR) … Continue reading

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Augmenting Reality and Revenue: Mobile, Sensors, Location and Layers Sept. 9 at 630PM

SDForum’s Emerging Tech SIG (http://www.sdforum.org/etsig) will be doing an event on augmented reality topic on Sept. 9 at 630PM (Presentation starts at 7PM). Virtual World SIG (http://www.virtualworldsig.com) Co-Chair Maribeth Back will be co-presenting! Join us in Palo Alto. Title: “Augmenting … Continue reading

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Nokia hands-on AR demo tomorrow at 7PM (Virtual World SIG)

Nokia Research will be doing a hands-on demo of their latest augmented reality software and features tomorrow at the SDForum (http://www.sdforum.org/vwsig) Virtual World SIG (http://www.virtualworldsig.com). The event titled:  Augmented Reality – The Virtual World Around You marks the increase of … Continue reading

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Layar brings browser model to Augmented Reality

Via http://www.intomobile.com/2009/06/16/video-layar-the-first-mobile-augmented-reality-browser.html Layar (http://layar.eu/) by SPRX Mobile (http://www.sprxmobile.com/) calls itself the “world’s first Augmented Reality browser” and aims to launch on Android.  Local to Netherlands as of now. You read about it on 06/16 Augmented Expo and the following day … Continue reading

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Microsoft Future Vision Series: 2019

10 years from now…what do you think? -Bob Ketner

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