Ar 4-basel volunteers sept 9 2011

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This presentation takes a very global view of the motivations for the AR-4-Basel project, then progressively focuses in on the volunteers' role in the success of this project.

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  • Korea began using the term u-City after accepting the concept of ubiquitous computing, a post-desktop model of human-computer interactionSafe neighborhoods. Quality schools.Affordable housing. Traffic that flowhttp://www.urenio.org/2010/09/26/u-city-new-trends-of-urban-planning-in-korea/‘U-City’ is a 21st century futurist city which enables urban functions and services such administration, traffic, crime prevention, fire prevention and home-networking of residential places, fusing high-tech infrastructure and ubiquitous information available into the urban area. Ubiquitous means ‘existing anywhere’ and is an environment where the user can access the network everywhere and without being aware of the computer/network.They analyze U-City in terms of intelligence, network, platform, and services that offer intelligence to urban activities and optimize situations related to urban function. The services of U-City is divided into u-Home, u-Work, u-Traffic, u-Health, u-Environment, u-Public service and u-Education largely according to the application range of services. U-City is realized by a combination of (1) communication infrastructure wired and wireless (i.e. xDSL, FTTH, RFID, Wi-bro, mobile communication), (2) construction infrastructure such as high-tech intelligent buildings and intelligent roads, (3) solutions such as home networking, building management system, and (4) e-Learning, IP-media, etc.U-City in Korea has the world best level of wired and wireless infrastructure and ubiquitous IT technology is developing rapidly. About 20 local administrations are promoting actively U-cities in cooperation with national communication service providers, the Korea Land Corporation and the Korea National Housing Corporation. The objective is to construct urban environments as intelligent services through IT and ubiquitous IT.Projects are focusing on local economic activities by selecting specialized industries that fit to the features of the region. Cities construct safe and convenient living environment through u-City projects and promote specialized business in relation to the social and cultural features and the industrial development strategies of each region.http://www.slideshare.net/beniamino/ucity-new-trends-of-urban-planning-in-korea-based-on-pervasive-ubiquitous-geotechnology-and-geoinformation-myungjun-jangThe U-Life South Korea plans to spend $25 billion on New Songdo. 2005Trend And Status of U-City (2)Current examples of development of U-CityHong Kong: cyber portBuilding strategic cluster to support for finance, communication, trade and etcPromoting intelligent building management, super –high networking connection s, informatization of the regional areaDubai: Technology and Media Free ZoneInternet city, media zone, and knowledge villageAlluring media industries and universities based on high-tech infrastructureMalaysia: MSC(Multimedia Super Corridor)Smart town project Building multi-media complex based on IT industry9Finland : Arabianranta projectGermany: Media Park of CologneJapan: Fukuoka Soft Research Park
  • Essential components for mobile AR:The real worldA database which stores associated triggers with results (augmentation) been around 20+ yearsA sensor (usually a camera, but could be other)A processor to search database (could be in network)Output (video-display, audio-speakers or earbuds, other…)
  • Ar 4-basel volunteers sept 9 2011

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    2. 2. U-City<br />
    3. 3. 3<br />
    4. 4. What are the benefits?<br />
    5. 5. What is slowing this down?<br />Top down<br />Cooperation lacking<br />Not responsive to urban needs<br />Lack of Standards<br />Costs<br />Infrastructure<br />Legal/Security<br />
    6. 6. Objectives<br />Stimulate Market<br />Attract developers<br />Explore different partnerships<br />Define needs (bottom up)<br />Raise awareness of AR<br />Government agencies<br />Citizens <br />Visitors<br />Advance Technology<br />Open Data vs Closed<br />Standards vs proprietary<br />3D vs 2D<br />Visual vsGPS+Compass<br />6<br />
    7. 7. AR-4-Basel Project At-A-Glance<br />A Framework for Innovation<br />Public and Private Data<br />3D and 2D data sets<br />Two perimeters <br />Old City Center<br />Messe Area<br />Non-commercial license<br />Any tools or platforms<br />Consumer or professional use cases<br />A Contest for AR Developers<br />Demonstrate new concepts<br />High quality data<br />Indoor and Outdoor<br />Promotion<br />Industry <br />Regional and International<br />Prizes and Awards<br />
    8. 8. AR-4-Basel<br />VOLUNTEER TESTERS <br />
    9. 9. A boat will arrive in 10 min<br />Cathedral<br />Overlay (Text, images, graphics, 3D objects)<br />on the real world<br />Mobile <br />device <br />with <br />sensors<br />Marketplace<br />4/29/11<br />9<br />Real-time <br />(synchronized with) and enhancing, overlaying reality<br />camera, GPS, compass,<br />accelerometer, microphone<br />
    10. 10. AR-4-Basel Project in Detail<br />
    11. 11. Project Partners<br />Mobile AR Task Force<br />
    12. 12. Data Sets Now Available<br />Land and Survey office (GVA)<br />Industrial Works of Basel (IWB)<br />GTA Geoinformatik GmbH (GTA)<br />Messe Congress Center (MCH)<br />Basel Tourism (BT)<br />
    13. 13. Data Sets Now Available<br />Go to http://www.geo-bs.ch/metadaten_kurzliste_der_geodaten.cfm<br />Browse the catalog of offerings<br />History<br />Business <br />Leisure and culture<br />Health<br />Additional data sets from 3rd parties to come<br />Infrastructure<br />Roads<br />Rails<br />Rivers<br />Many more!<br />
    14. 14. The App Challenge<br />1<br />2<br />3<br />AR Platforms and digital data <br />in the cloud<br />Mobile AR Platforms and developers<br />Consumers with <br />Smartphones<br />City of Basel data sets<br />1. All creative AR application or service designers are invited and eligible to participate in the challenge<br />2. Use city of Basel digital data to model the real world and provide highly accurate experiences<br />3. Participate in the AR-4-Basel Showcase Event the day prior toISMAR2011 conference in October 2011<br />
    15. 15. Potential Applications<br />With rich data at your fingertips, possibilities are limited only by your <br /> imagination…<br />Where is the art? Where is the museum?<br />Discover businesses i.eBreeze Living<br />Find friends i.eTweeps Around, Twitter AR<br />Transportation i.eNearest Tube app<br />Indoor navigation i.eJunaio for MWC 2011<br />Remember info i.ekooaba for ISMAR2009<br />
    16. 16. Timeline<br />July 1 Data sets available upon request<br /> Challenge entry form on-line<br />Sept 25 Testing/feedback begins<br />Oct 15 Judging panel begins<br />Oct 23 Applications available to public<br />Oct 25 Showcase event and awards<br />Oct 27-29 ISMAR2011 <br />Physical + Digital: Continuous future improvements!<br />
    17. 17. AR-4-Basel Showcase<br />New Experiences Showcase<br />Walking visits guided by your AR device<br />In the city, in the buildings<br />High profile ceremony<br />Prizes and awards<br />Celebrity judges<br />Local and international media<br />October 25<br />
    18. 18. How will volunteersbe involved?<br />
    19. 19. As experiences emerge…<br />Before Sept 25<br />Make people knowledgeable about AR<br />Invite you to experiment with Layar<br />Perform one “sample” evaluation<br />Register <br />Week of Oct 4<br />Visit the portal <br />
    20. 20. As we approach Oct 25<br />Oct 10 2011<br />Conduct testing<br />Follow up on forms that are incomplete<br />Check with developers if they re “submit”<br />Oct 15 to 25 2011<br />Be available for interviews <br />Write up their favorite experience(s) “testimonial”<br />
    21. 21. Testing Areas<br />Download/Install<br />Boot up/finding the experience<br />Getting started/exploration<br />User experience<br />Data set choices<br />Accuracy<br />Performance<br />
    22. 22. How to find?<br />Follow the instructions<br />Use an AR Browser<br />Android Marketplace<br />Click on a link (download)<br />
    23. 23. Start up experience<br />If it is a “stand alone”application<br />
    24. 24. User Experience?<br />
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    26. 26. More information<br />Christine Perey+41 79 436 68 69<br />cperey@perey.com<br />http://www.AR-4-Basel.com <br />

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