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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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Russian artist “turns the reality around us into ASCII”

WIRED’s blog asks us to “forget Second Life” and turn the real world virtual. That’s just the idea! They post this interesting goggle-based augmented reality device with 6 modes of psychedellic visual effects (made even more so by the sound … Continue reading

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reactable: electronic music table surface

This is not only musically interesting it also looks great. Developed by the Music Technology Group at Universitat Pompeu Fabra located in Barcelona. The multiuser table is being used by Bjork on her 2007 tour. The analogue synth style sounds … Continue reading

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Augmented urban architecture

In the future, people will jump up and down and punch invisible purple spheres. This video shows a variety of applications, mostly artistic. The urban scenes are fantastic. The future will also have some pretty cool sound effects. Apparently, artists … Continue reading

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