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Created by dipity on Jul 25, 2010
Last updated: 09/25/10 at 11:32 AM
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You can find the application running here. There's also a marker for you to print in lieu of one my real business cards. www.burtonposey.com The augmented reality avatar concept for the business card provides a way to provide potential clients and associates a way to get past the logo and brand and get to know the people. You could just as easily include hobbies or little known facts for yourself or an employee. This is an idea I'd been kicking around in my head since February. I wanted to find a way that a company could deliver a catchy identity for themselves. Avatars, be it the Mii's on the Nintendo Wii, or an Xbox Live Avatar, have become extensions of the people who use them. Special thanks to the Papervision team for the recent rev 911 of Papervision. With it, I was able to resolve issues I had been having for several months that prevented my avatar's animations from importing properly. -Character was modeled, unwrapped, rigged, weighted in Maya by myself. Animations (idle, wave) done by Jason Barnes. -Texture created in Photoshop (Ambient Occlusion maps overlayed from Maya) by myself
Utilizing our proprietary Motion Capture technology, as well as Augmented Reality & Facebook Connect, we created a game prototype called Cannonballz - www.cannonballzthegame.com These technologies allow anyone with a webcam to physically engage with the game's environment and appear (with their friends) in the actual game. Music courtesy of http
...lets the character move to the next block, the player physically connecting the two objects. Location, Location, Location Kweekies is currently being developed by int13, a French company that has already released several traditional mobile games. It features...
Video showing the gameplay of the iPhone game iHerd. The game features touch control over two herding dogs as you round up your sheep into the pen. The game is timer based. Timers are reset by joining together sheep, but beware flocking together a black sheep will set the timers back. The AI uses standard flocking behaviour.
Demonstration of an augmented reality game test. Low Framerate because of screenrecording software.
Axis3d AR demo
Some very early results with Augmented Reality (AR) on an iPhone 3G. This video shows an adaptation of the Parallel Tracking and Mapping system to an iPhone. All processing is done live on the phone. www.robots.ox.ac.uk
Video from a project in the Handheld Augmented Reality Game Studio, run collaboratively between the Georgia Tech Augmented Environments Lab and SCAD-Atlanta in the fall of 2008. The class had students design and prototype a table-top handheld AR game every three to four weeks. www.cc.gatech.edu
This is a demonstration of Augmented Reality, using Sketchup and the ARplugin.
More info : www.tuvie.com
A new creature for Kweekies : the Chinchilla www.int13.net
A Mobile Phone Augmented Reality demo running at 30Hz using Natural Feature Tracking. This video was recorded at 50Hz, but YouTube has a limited quality. Go to studierstube.icg.tu-graz.ac.at for a higher quality version.
In this upgraded version of the April 2008 demo, Flapi, YDreams' in-house mascot, and other virtual characters interact in real-time with a little girl and other physical obstacles in a new seamless augmented playground environment.
www.int13.net - Youtube style video of Kweekies. It's just a pre-alpha version, final release coming this summer.
www.int13.net - This summer on your Smartphone...
my new techno friend. his name is three eyes. why? well i just dont know.
The SSTT tracking library is a cross platform Augmented Reality tracking library. It detects and calculates a pose for simple rectangular shaped objects. More information and to download the SSTT Visualizer demo visit technotecture.com or http
1999 Japanese version of the very 1st Mobile Suit In Action (MSIA) figure. I do have his bazooka somewhere... sorry I couldn't show it to you here, but rest assured, it is rubbish (all gray coloured, bendy plastic). BTW: this thing survived quite unscathed from the beating I gave it. He just pops back together like nothing ever happened. I'll have to try harder next time. KIDDING!
Full screen version of Augmented Reality Tower Defense for Nokia N95
windows mobile augmented reality, based on a client server concept. Windows Pda sends camera stream via wifi to a server, and simultaneously receives the augmented visuals back via Windows Media Streaming technology. This is then opened via windows media player application on the pda. At the moment latency is around 6 to 7 seconds. This shows how live AR can be implemented on PDAs for group exploration (where one person is the "pilot" and a large number of visitors switch on their mobile phones and tune into the broadcast from the windows media streaming server) until such a time when GPU and CPU power increase on portable devices.
www.int13.net - The Kweekies are cute creatures living in a parallel universe. With the help of a Smartphone and a magic symbol acting as a portal the player will be able to see them walking on his desk. A playful kweeko may adopt the player and become his pet.
Early demo of my thesis project; While it's still beta, its kinda cool :p
This second video show my application working on two distinct machine in a client server architecture.
Augmented Reality Animated Character on Smartphone
First implementation to Augmented Reality with Windows Mobile 5.0 PocketPC based SmartPhone and OpenGL ES. Fully implemented with C/C++.
A Sci Fi mediascape played in Barcelona
High T3ch already talked about Augmented Reality. This time its about Kung FU ! It allows a full body interatction via camera sensors making the game more fun for the player.
Gizmondo Augmented Reailty Game - Catapult. Please not this was never released it was in development when Gizmondo went under. There is no sound on this clip.