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Interactive City - Reading the Metropolis with Augmented Reality

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John C. Havens described how Augmented Reality, RFID, The Internet of Things, AI and other technologies are converging to help citizens better connect with their cities and to each other. Created for …

John C. Havens described how Augmented Reality, RFID, The Internet of Things, AI and other technologies are converging to help citizens better connect with their cities and to each other. Created for Columbia University lecture

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  • 1. Interactive City: Reading the Metropolis
  • 2.
    • John C Havens: SVP Social Media, Porter Novelli and author of, “Tactical Transparency”
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  • 5. Nike True City
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  • 9. Google Favorite Places – AR (59) Google Favorite Places - Retail
  • 10. Google Goggles
  • 11. Facial Recognition Tagging Real People (6:45)
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  • 13. Tagwhat
  • 14. Cisco Retail AR BMW Training
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  • 16. Virtual Advertising Rights (VAR)
  • 17. Layar – Visual History
  • 18. AR and Architecture
  • 19. Caroline
  • 20. AR against aggression
  • 21. GM’s Augmented Reality Windshield
  • 22. Smart Parking
  • 23. Fire Path Carbon Dioxide Levels
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  • 26. I’m at a Conference and I don’t remember anyone’s name because I don’t have to. I’m wearing my AR glasses and will be able to use facial recognition to pull up people’s names plus our most recent transcribed conversation (which had excellent SEO as I’ve been using popular keywords when I talk ) and I’m wearing a shirt with a QR code maximized for visual search. At the bar last night I saw a cute girl’s geo Tweets and sent her a text offer for a beer. Went shopping yesterday for a jacket and they had blue-tooth enabled smart shelves with RFID . I put one jacket down and three feet later got an email with a discount offer on another jacket. I don’t think like I used to anymore. It’s like GPS—I don’t remember how to read a map. Or recall my phone number. Or know how to look up the definition to a word. I tend to only make choices now via Group Think after hearing from all my Social Networks along with multiple people I’ve never met……….
  • 27. Hyper AR
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  • 29. Thank You!
  • 30. [email_address] @johnchavens

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