Augmented Reality Jamie Schram Tylar Robison James Miller James Duke
What is Augmented Reality?
LearnAR- the future of studying
What are the good AR apps to use?
Traveling and AR- AWESOME
What could possibly happen next?
Wrap up/(you'll be downloading this on your smart phone by now)any questions?
What is Augmented Reality? Augmented reality (AR) is a term for a live direct or an indirect view of a physical, real-world environment whose elements are augmented by computer-generated sensory input, such as sound or graphics. AKA- Augmented reality will take something that you look at in real time and give you all the information of the of the building you're viewing or the business in the building and their history/deals/numbers etc.
Nuts and Bolts of AR
Characteristics of Augmented Reality:
it combines real and virtual
it is interactive in real time
it is registered in 3D.
Hardware needed for Augmented Reality
tracking (eg GPS, compass)
input devices (eg Camera)
sensors (eg accelerometer)
processer (eg CPU)
1966: Ivan Sutherland develops the head-mounted video display.
In the 1970's, Myron Krueger creates Videoplace, which allows manipulation of virtual objects.
Dec 1993: NAVSTAR-GPS system is launched by the military.
1997: Phillippe Kahn invents camera phone.
1998: Tobias Höllerer develops one of the first successful mobile AR systems.
Start using Augmented reality right now! Android: Go to Android Marketplace, search and download "Barcode Scanner" Blackberry: Go to App World, search and download "Scanlife Barcode Reader" iPhone: Go to Apps Store, search "QR Code Reader"
LearnAR Case Study
Augmented Reality for Schools
Augmatic, British Company started in 2008
Founded by James Alliban
Combining the real world with virtual content using a web cam
Tourism and Augmented Reality
Want to study abroad and/or just travel?
Wikitude voted number 1 augmented reality travel app by CNN