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A summary of the I-phone apps. and how it can be helpful in our daily tasks and activities.

A summary of the I-phone apps. and how it can be helpful in our daily tasks and activities.

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  • 1. Augmented Reality
    Done by:
    Ghassan N. Tayseer A.Q. Ghassan M.
  • 2. What is Augmented Reality (AR)?
    Augmented Reality (AR) is the concept of overlaying computerized information, digital pop-up windows and/or virtual reality (VR) displays over real-world scenes and imagery.
    Augmented reality is the interaction of superimposed graphics, audio and other sense enhancements over a real-world environment that’s displayed in real-time.
  • 3. A continuum that spans from the real environment to a pure virtual environment. In between there are Augmented Reality (closer to the real environment) and Augmented Virtuality (is closer to the virtual environment).
  • 4. Why Augmented Reality (AR)?
    Augmented reality will eventually become a part of everyday life.
    Kids will use it in school as a learning tool – imagine Google Earth with AR- or AR-enabled text books.
    Shoppers will use it to see what products will look like in their home.
    Consumers will use it to visually determine how to set up a computer.
    Architects and city planners will even use it to see how new construction will look, feel, and affect the area they are developing.”
  • 5. Why Augmented Reality (AR)?
  • 6. AR and Phone Apps
    This year, apps such as Nearest Tube for iPhone (which displays real-time pop-ups alerting users to nearby train stations in London) and
    Tweetmondofor Android smartphones (which shows the status updates of nearby Twitter fans), offer an early glimpse at how the technology works.
  • 7. Examples
    Esquire's Augmented Reality Issue
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LGwHQwgBzSI&feature=player_embedded
    Nearest Tube Augmented Reality App
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U2uH-jrsSxs
    Books in the future
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HZlK3d9Knt0&feature=related
    BuUuk
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xnx9R0ragAE
  • 8. Resources