Augmented Reality (video demos)

“Augmented reality (AR) is a field of computer research which deals with the combination of real-world and computer-generated data…most AR research is concerned with the use of live video imagery which is digitally processed and ‘augmented’ by the addition of computer-generated graphics. Advanced research includes the use of motion-tracking data, fiducial marker recognition using machine vision, and the construction of controlled environments containing any number of sensors and actuators.”
– Wikipedia

Physics and Augmented Reality – Part 1

AR demonstration of physics enabled interactivity; virtual spheres fall to – and bounce off of – an actual object on actual tabletop

Physics and Augmented Reality – Part 2

Similar to Part 1 video, manual interaction with a virtual car on a tabletop

Parallel Tracking and Mapping for Small AR Worspaces – extra

Demonstration of real-world image tracking for overlaying of virtual objects. (Research of Georg Klein)

Augmented Architecture

“Application of Augmented Reality in Architecture and Urban Space – Architecture thesis project by Quck Zhong Yi,” (in which a virtual Mario Brothers game is projected on an urban street.

Second Life as a Platform for Augmented Reality

AR using modified Second Life viewer which places a live SL avatar within the image of the real world

TOTAL IMMERSION

Link to video gallery for a company developing AR for theme parks and entertainment, events, retail, and mobile phone operators
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azwaldo

former microbiologist and teacher, scripter in SecondLife™; making things that do stuff

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