My wife sent this to me and I’m not entirely sure how they do this but it’s funny to see the people’s response. Enjoy!
It’s the beginning of football season and I wanted to suggest some tech upgrades I’ve had on my mind. Helmets – Currently the helmets are relatively ill fitting with poor peripheral vision. As you know the face mask has a cage that creates the possibility for face mask penalties and more importantly; the potential for neck injuries. The new helment would have a huge piece of...
Fast forward to 1:40; that’s when things get good. Very cool to see users interact with augmented reality and augmented reality interact with surfaces. I love it when the balls start bouncing off of the book. Enjoy!
The more I think about it, the more I believe that AR’s best applications will be on tablets. Enjoy!
I had a student last year come up with the exact same idea. Enjoy!
Argon claims to be the first augmented reality browser but we all know Layar was the first. The main difference is that the browser is based on open web standards. This is an open invitation to anyone that wants to create their own functionality within Argon. Enjoy!
This amazing augmented reality app from QuestVisual called Word Lens translates real-time. Enjoy!
I’ve just finished a book by PSFK consulting called Future of Retail. (I strongly encourage you to follow them on Twitter; @psfk. Inspiring material.) The book is a nice tour through all of the technologies/behaviors/trends that’re impacting retail. Instead of reviewing each trend I thought it would be better to list the examples they sited and let you extrapolate (word of the day!)...