Introduction to AR

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An overview of Augmented Reality, where it came from, where it's up to today and where it's heading in the near future.

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Introduction to AR

  1. 1. An overview ofAugmented RealityPresented byRob Manson (@nambor)http://mob-labs.com : image credit
  2. 2. Who am I?Rob Manson @namborCEO of MOB Labs the creators of buildAR.comChair of the W3C Augmented Web Community GroupInvited Expert with the ISO, W3C & the Khronos GroupCo-Founder of ARStandards.orghttp://mob-labs.com
  3. 3. How did we get here?http://mob-labs.com : image credit
  4. 4. Tom Caudell coined the term AR in 1992http://mob-labs.com : image credit
  5. 5. Milgrams Mixed Reality Continuum in 1994http://mob-labs.com
  6. 6. Azumas definition of AR in 1997Augmented Reality (AR) is a variation of Virtual Reality (VR).VR technologies completely immerse a user inside a syntheticEnvironment and while immersed, the user cannot see the realworld around him. In contrast, AR allows the user to see thereal world, with virtual objects superimposed upon orcomposited with the real world.Therefore, AR supplements reality, rather than completely replacing it. Ideally,it would appear to the user that the virtual and real objects coexisted in the samespace, similar to the effects achieved in the film "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?"http://mob-labs.com
  7. 7. ARToolkit was released in 1999http://mob-labs.com : image credit
  8. 8. SLAM popularised in 1999https://buildAR.com : image credit
  9. 9. Wikipedias definition of AR first added in 20022002:Augmented reality (abbreviated AR) is an environment thatincludes both virtual reality and real-world elements.For instance, an AR user might wear translucent goggles;through these, he could see the real world, as well ascomputer-generated images projected on top of that world.2013:Augmented reality (AR) is a live, direct or indirect, viewof a physical, real-world environment whose elements areaugmented by computer-generated sensory input such assound, video, graphics or GPS data.http://mob-labs.com
  10. 10. Mobile AR Browsers released in 2008http://mob-labs.com : image credit
  11. 11. FLARToolkit was released in 2009http://mob-labs.com : image credit
  12. 12. FirstAR CMScreatedin 2009
  13. 13. ARStandards Workshop in Seoul 2010Patterns of Interest Proposal – Rob Mansonhttp://mob-labs.com : image credit
  14. 14. The Kinect first released in 2010https://buildAR.com : image credit
  15. 15. But AR is really just a feature...https://buildAR.com : image credit
  16. 16. https://buildAR.com
  17. 17. https://buildAR.com
  18. 18. https://buildAR.com
  19. 19. AR is a feature of the Augmented Webhttps://buildAR.com : image credit
  20. 20. Theyre here....https://buildAR.com : image credit
  21. 21. Test your device at theAWEsomeWEB.comhttp://mob-labs.com
  22. 22. Googles Project Glasshttp://mob-labs.com : image credit
  23. 23. Pervasive Computinghttp://mob-labs.com : image credit
  24. 24. An overview ofAugmented RealityPresented byRob Manson (@nambor)http://mob-labs.com : image credit

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