College of Internet Distance Educationg                          Assumption University of Thailand                        ...
Agenda of the presentationI. IntroductionII. Comparison of AR and VRIII.Augmented Reality Hype CycleIV.Facts about Augment...
Poonsri Vate-U-Lan, Ed.D.• Assistant Program Director, Ph.D. in eLearning  Methodology• Doctor of Education from RMIT, Aus...
What is Augmented                                          Reality?•the AR technology involves the exhibit and manipulatio...
1. Hardware   + Web camera                               2. Software                                             3. Marker...
College of Internet Distance Educationg                          Assumption University of Thailand                        ...
Comparison of Augmented Reality andVirtual Reality by Google Insights for Search                Powerpoint Templates      ...
1.Comparison of AR and VR  •From 2009 AR has become a more common  topic in both search volume index terms and  news refer...
College of Internet Distance Educationg                          Assumption University of Thailand                        ...
Adapyed form L. Jongedijk. “History of AR and KeyResearchers”     Powerpoint Templates                                    ...
Level Zero - Physical World                    Hyperlinking (1 of 2)•   1Dimensional bar code which was the identifier    ...
Level Zero - Physical World                    Hyperlinking (2 0f 2)•   2Dimensionals Quick Response-codes (QR-    codes) ...
Level One - Marker based              Augmented Reality (1 of 2)• Marker based Augmented Reality  occupies the highest poi...
Level One - Marker based             Augmented Reality (1 of 2)• The marker based AR is the most exciting  innovation for ...
Level Two - Markerless                      Augmented Reality• Markerless Augmented Reality is almost  at the peak of infl...
Level Three - Augmented Vision• The lens used sensors and wireless  technology to allow bionic eyesight.  People who wore ...
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How AR is being used     Powerpoint Templates                            Page 20
Conclusion• AR technology will be used to contribute to  smart innovation projects in the future  because of its potential...
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This article presents the important foundation of Augmented Reality (AR) technology. Its main objective is to envision the past, present and future of Augmented Reality technology. Augmented Reality technology especially on the mobile device will be widely used in the daily life in the near future. In order to comprehend foundation of Augmented Reality, this paper has been categorized into three sections: 1) comparison of Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality (VR) 2) understanding Augmented Reality hype cycle and 3) facts about Augmented Reality. Its future directions and areas requiring further research are discussed.

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  • This is the simplest AR that did not engage users with real time rendering and display of graphics. This level of AR was the most developed and the adoption of this level zero happened in 2010. This zero level included: 1Dimensional bar code which was the identifier as registered in the database (Figure 3), 2Dimensionals Quick Response-codes (QR-codes) which was a specific matrix barcode (Figure 4), readable by dedicated QR barcode readers and camera phones, and the last of this group – 2Dimensionals image recognition which is popular on mobile applications to recognize a company logo or film poster (Figure 5) [9]-[10]. The main reason that supported the level zero adoption was an availability of software both generating and reading the 2D code which freely services on smart phones.
  • This is the simplest AR that did not engage users with real time rendering and display of graphics. This level of AR was the most developed and the adoption of this level zero happened in 2010. This zero level included: 1Dimensional bar code which was the identifier as registered in the database (Figure 3), 2Dimensionals Quick Response-codes (QR-codes) which was a specific matrix barcode (Figure 4), readable by dedicated QR barcode readers and camera phones, and the last of this group – 2Dimensionals image recognition which is popular on mobile applications to recognize a company logo or film poster (Figure 5) [9]-[10]. The main reason that supported the level zero adoption was an availability of software both generating and reading the 2D code which freely services on smart phones.
  • Envisioning Augmented Reality: Smart Technology for the Future by Dr. Poonsri Vate-U-Lan

    1. 1. College of Internet Distance Educationg Assumption University of Thailand poonsri.vate@gmail.com Envisioning Augmented Reality: Smart Technology for the Future By Dr. Poonsri Vate-U-Lan College of Internet Distance Education Assumption University of Thailand poonsri.vate@gmail.comThe Eighth International Conference on eLearning for Knowledge-Based Society, Powerpoint Templates 23-24 February 2012, Thailand Page 1
    2. 2. Agenda of the presentationI. IntroductionII. Comparison of AR and VRIII.Augmented Reality Hype CycleIV.Facts about Augmented Reality Powerpoint Templates Page 2
    3. 3. Poonsri Vate-U-Lan, Ed.D.• Assistant Program Director, Ph.D. in eLearning Methodology• Doctor of Education from RMIT, Australia• International Visiting Scholar, Brock University, Canada• A translator of Don’t make me think! and• A author of CourseBuilder for DreamWeaver• More info at : http://poonsri.weebly.com Powerpoint Templates Page 3
    4. 4. What is Augmented Reality?•the AR technology involves the exhibit and manipulationof 2D and 3D objects. The real images or 3D and the textof AR application appear on the computer screen whenthe camera device installs the software by capturing themarker through Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)•Augmented Reality has various levels of application.•It is fundamentally an engaging technological process ofcombining live video with computer-generated data andvisualizations at one level.•At another, it is using technology to import computerizedgraphics against a real environment background. Powerpoint Templates Page 4
    5. 5. 1. Hardware + Web camera 2. Software 3. Marker4. Augmented Reality displays on the computerscreen
    6. 6. College of Internet Distance Educationg Assumption University of Thailand poonsri.vate@gmail.com Comparison of AR and VR Envisioning Augmented Reality: Smart Technology for the Future By Dr. Poonsri Vate-U-LanThe Eighth International Conference on eLearning for Knowledge-Based Society, Powerpoint Templates 23-24 February 2012, Thailand Page 6
    7. 7. Comparison of Augmented Reality andVirtual Reality by Google Insights for Search Powerpoint Templates Page 7
    8. 8. 1.Comparison of AR and VR •From 2009 AR has become a more common topic in both search volume index terms and news reference volume than VR. •This result seems to reflect the ubiquitous growth of mobile technology as well as featured camera technology and the ease of touch screen mobile phones with Global Positioning System (GPS) such as the iPhone and Android phones as the main factors in the development of AR projects. •AR will be widely used for educational purposes within 2-3 years as reported by the 2010 Horizon Report, an annual report on modern learning and teaching technologies. Powerpoint Templates Page 8
    9. 9. College of Internet Distance Educationg Assumption University of Thailand poonsri.vate@gmail.comUnderstanding AR hype cycle Envisioning Augmented Reality: Smart Technology for the Future By Dr. Poonsri Vate-U-LanThe Eighth International Conference on eLearning for Knowledge-Based Society, Powerpoint Templates 23-24 February 2012, Thailand Page 9
    10. 10. Adapyed form L. Jongedijk. “History of AR and KeyResearchers” Powerpoint Templates Page 10
    11. 11. Level Zero - Physical World Hyperlinking (1 of 2)• 1Dimensional bar code which was the identifier as registered in the database , Powerpoint Templates Page 11
    12. 12. Level Zero - Physical World Hyperlinking (2 0f 2)• 2Dimensionals Quick Response-codes (QR- codes) which was a specific matrix barcode , readable by dedicated QR barcode readers and camera phones, and the last of this group – 2Dimensionals image recognition which is popular on mobile applications to recognize a company logo or film poster . Powerpoint Templates Page 12
    13. 13. Level One - Marker based Augmented Reality (1 of 2)• Marker based Augmented Reality occupies the highest point on the graph. Powerpoint Templates Page 13
    14. 14. Level One - Marker based Augmented Reality (1 of 2)• The marker based AR is the most exciting innovation for an amateur user.• The cooler marker was a 3D recognition when the camera captured the recognized physical objects such as an apple. Powerpoint Templates Page 14
    15. 15. Level Two - Markerless Augmented Reality• Markerless Augmented Reality is almost at the peak of inflated expectations; it has started in 2010. The main factor driving the popularity of markerless AR was GPS and its compass which is common in smart phones. Powerpoint Templates Page 15
    16. 16. Level Three - Augmented Vision• The lens used sensors and wireless technology to allow bionic eyesight. People who wore this AR contact lens were able to monitor their heart by making use of tiny circuits and Light-Emitting Diode (LEDs) [16]. Powerpoint Templates Page 16
    17. 17. Powerpoint Templates Page 17
    18. 18. College of Internet Distance Educationg Assumption University of Thailand poonsri.vate@gmail.com Facts about AR Envisioning Augmented Reality: Smart Technology for the Future By Dr. Poonsri Vate-U-LanThe Eighth International Conference on eLearning for Knowledge-Based Society, Powerpoint Templates 23-24 February 2012, Thailand Page 18
    19. 19. Powerpoint Templates Page 19
    20. 20. How AR is being used Powerpoint Templates Page 20
    21. 21. Conclusion• AR technology will be used to contribute to smart innovation projects in the future because of its potentials and fascination.• The usefulness of AR technology encourages researchers and programmers to create innovative products which should make life more interesting in the future. Powerpoint Templates Page 21

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