Is time an illusion? - physics-math - 19 January 2008 - New Scientist
mobile ar browser for android
The World’s First Augmented Reality Browser. Layar is a free application on your mobile phone which shows what is around you by displaying real time digital information on top of reality though the camera of your mobile phone.
augmented reality app for android35 Awesome Augmented Reality Examples on BannerBlog News
se acabaron los mapas
iPhoneでAR地下鉄ガイド。 コンセプトと実用性の落とし込みのバランスがすごく絶妙だ。 必見。 ただ、日本だとソフトバンクは地下圏外が多いのが偶にキズ。Augmented Reality Twitter is the Coolest Thing Ever
Seems to be just a spherical overlay with annotations, right now. Don't know if it even handles movement.
il faut que je test ça à mon retour de vacancesBBC NEWS | Technology | Mobile phones get cyborg vision
Endless possibilities for bleeding edge digital travel guides.
a view of the world tagged with rich, location-relevant information whilst your gaze flickers here and there. But now this Augmented Reality (AR), as it is known, is materialising in the real world. Mobile phone operators, at least, are hoping it will be the next big thing as programmers learn to corral all the bells and whistles of smart phones - GPS, video, accelerometers - into "killer applications". For the first time such AR is available for handsets.
"Via the video function of a mobile phone's camera it is now possible to combine a regular pictorial view with added data from the internet just as the fictional Terminator was able to overlay its view of the world with vital information about its surroundings."Top 6 Augmented Reality Mobile Apps [Videos]
Top 6 Augmented Reality Mobile Apps [Videos]
A nice roundup of what people are attempting to do with simple mobile camera phones by mashing-up available information around them.Augmented Reality: 5 Barriers to a Web That's Everywhere
Augmented Reality is in some ways just another version of the web; a web applied, through novel interfaces, in reference to the physical world, instead of floating documents tied only to each other as the web is today.If You’re Not Seeing Data, You’re Not Seeing | Gadget Lab | Wired.com
As you shove your way through the crowd in a baseball stadium, the lenses of your digital glasses display the names, hometowns and favorite hobbies of the
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“Augmented reality,” where data from the network overlays your view of the real world. Your phone’s screen shows the real world overlaid with additional information such as the location of subway entrances, the price of houses, or Twitter messages that have been posted nearby. And publishers, moviemakers and toymakers have embraced a version of the technology to enhance their products and advertising campaigns.
As you shove your way through the crowd in a baseball stadium, the lenses of your digital glasses display the names, hometowns and favorite hobbies of the strangers surrounding you. Then you claim a seat and fix your attention on the batter, and his player statistics pop up in a transparent box in the corner of your field of vision.Inside Out: Interaction Design for Augmented Reality :: UXmatters
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Great critical article on mixed reality design patterns and issues for fast maturing AR area.10 Amazing Augmented Reality iPhone Apps
"buzz technology right now, augmented reality apps are quickly gaining momentum on the iPhone. So to add to the quick overview of six AR apps we brought you earlier, we sort the digital wheat from the pixellated chaff to bring you ten AR apps for the iPhone that vary from functional, to educational, to just plain fun."10 Awesome Uses of Augmented Reality Marketing
usos practicos de la realidad aumentadaEconomist.com
Since its birth in the 1920s, physicists and philosophers have grappled with the bizarre consequences that his theory has for reality, including the fundamental truth that it is impossible to know everything about the world and, in fact, whether it really exists at all when it is not being observed. Now two groups of physicists, working independently, have demonstrated that nature is indeed real when unobserved. When no one is peeking, however, it acts in a really odd way.
Yet more proof that the stuff down at a quantum level makes no sense when thought about using metaphors derived at a human level.We Are Organized Chaos - An Interactive Marketing and Advertising Blog » Blog Archive » Zugara Launches Online Shopping App Utilizing Augmented Reality And Motion Capture
Voorbeeld van Augmented Reality in combinatie met een webshopSeven things you need to know about augmented reality | Media | guardian.co.uk
Good guardian.co.uk survey (08.01.10) on the next new trend in phone apps from Mercedes Bunz
Smartphones are bringing the once-SF concept of augmented reality into the everyday worldBernard d'Espagnat: What we call 'reality' is just a state of mind | Science | guardian.co.uk
Bernard d'Espagnat: What we call 'reality' is just a state of mind http://hub.tm/dkmur
Quantum realityAugmented Reality by Frantz Lasorne » Yanko Design
Kid = Never ending Demand For NEW Toys! This equation holds true in all homes, however designer Frantz Lasorne has an excellent project for us that gives a second lease of life to the existing toy collection. Called Augmented Reality, the project combines the joys of virtual reality, imagination and tangible toys. Using Augmented Reality Tangible User Interface (AR TUI) via head-mounted glasses, loads of imagination and old toys, a new environment is created that allows a child to live his fantasies.Augmented Reality - Explained by Common Craft - Common Craft - Our Product is Explanation
This is a great video explaining augmented reality. http://ow.ly/1L5KR
another great common craft video! Augmented Reality
Common Craft Lee Lefeveur explains augmented realityAugmented Reality & The Web: Present and Future Scenarios - ReadWriteWeb
There are many potential scenarios for AR. A popular one is doing your grocery shopping and checking information on your mobile phone (or AR glasses!) about price, specials, reviews, comparisons with competing products, etc. With the rise of RFID chips and technology such as that being developed by Microsoft, this type of scenario isn't too far away.
Quelques cas d'usages de la réalité augmentée. "Another interesting consideration is that social software will have a big role to play in future AR apps. For example when walking down the street, you could use your mobile phone to point to a restaurant, and overlaid on a photo of the restaurant would be customer reviews, recommendations, and other relevant user generated data.
Augmented Reality (AR) is when virtual graphics and/or data are overlaid onto real world objects. Many of you have seen this portrayed in movies such as Minority Report and The Matrix. It still seems a bit far fetched in 2009, yet there are apps that are beginning to make it a reality.Technology is Great, but Are We Forgetting to Live? - ReadWriteWeb
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the balancing act of using technology so much and missing the real life moments.