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Shakespeare said "All the world is a stage" and with pervasive computing this has never been more true. As Mark Weiser predicted our computers and sensors are rapidly dissolving into the background …

Shakespeare said "All the world is a stage" and with pervasive computing this has never been more true. As Mark Weiser predicted our computers and sensors are rapidly dissolving into the background of the world around us. But if this technology is truly pervasive then where does the User Interface go? This question shows why Augmented Reality is much more than just the latest novelty. It is part of a structural change in the way we use and interact with the network. This presentation will look at the sensors around us, the standards that are developing and the challenges that lie ahead.


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  • 1. AR is the UI for Pervasive Computing by @nambor fromphoto credit
  • 2. your brain is a sponge!photo credit
  • 3. it soaks up data through your sensesphoto credit
  • 4. but now we have digital sensors toophoto credit
  • 5. they let our devices see, hear & feelphoto credit
  • 6. photo credit
  • 7. camerasphoto credit
  • 8. multi-touchphoto credit
  • 9. global positioning systemphoto credit
  • 10. digital compassesphoto credit
  • 11. accelerometersphoto credit
  • 12. near field communicationphoto credit
  • 13. radiophoto credit
  • 14. new combinations are possiblephoto credit
  • 15. the web of things is here!photo credit
  • 16. photo credit
  • 17. audio perfumephoto credit
  • 18. geoloqiphoto credit
  • 19. chromaromaphoto credit
  • 20. pachubephoto credit
  • 21. photo credit
  • 22. html5 <video> & <canvas> demonstrationphoto credit
  • 23. JSARToolkit fiducial tracking demonstrationphoto credit
  • 24. Audio Visualiser in js & css demonstrationphoto credit
  • 25. Javascript is getting fast demonstrationphoto credit
  • 26. Javascript is getting threaded demonstrationphoto credit
  • 27. getUserMedia = local camera access demonstrationphoto credit
  • 28. Natural Feature Tracking in js demonstrationphoto credit
  • 29. photo credit
  • 30. WHAT WG : living HTML
  • 31. Khronos Group : streaminput
  • 32. photo credit
  • 33. everyones face is recognisedphoto credit
  • 34. orientation based key loggingphoto credit
  • 35. @eyeborg
  • 36. photo credit
  • 37. where are you?photo credit
  • 38. who are you?photo credit
  • 39. Strata #4http://vimeo.com/26649742 we can now designthe way we see the world
  • 40. speak into the microphone & please smile for the cameras questions? it helps my facial recognition software 8)photo credit
  • 41. AR is the UI for Pervasive Computing by @nambor fromphoto credit