Jeremy Siborg & Nick Lauzon
Definition
 Augmented Reality = integrating
computer input into real world
environments.
Definition Continued
 AR=closer to real world than virtual
reality
Basics
 Next step from lines seen when watching
football
Marker vs. Location Based
 Location – GPS and compass.
 Marker – image recognition.
Cell Phone AR
 Layar, Wikitude
 AR browsers
 Camera, GPS, compass
Video Games
 Baseball cards
 Webcam
 Human Pac Man
 goggles
Military
 Head-mounted
 Soldiers’ field of vision:
 Blueprints, drone views
Challenges
 Indoors
 Cell phone screens= small
New Technologies
 Rather than cell phones:
 Contact lenses
 glasses
Google Glass
 Eyeglasses
 Display computer-generated input
 Speech commands & web search
Google Glass
 Examples/uses:
 Firefighters –building floor plans
 Directions
 sports - stats
Microsoft – Smart Glasses
Patent
 Rumored use: gaming
Sixth Sense ($350)
 Wearable device that interprets hand
gestures.
 Product information.
Sixth Sense
Classroom
 App connects:
 Professor= AR glasses
 Students= use smart phones
Works Cited
 http://www.howstuffworks.com/augmented-
reality.htm
 http://mashable.com/category/augmented-
reality/
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Augmented reality

  1. 1. Jeremy Siborg & Nick Lauzon
  2. 2. Definition  Augmented Reality = integrating computer input into real world environments.
  3. 3. Definition Continued  AR=closer to real world than virtual reality
  4. 4. Basics  Next step from lines seen when watching football
  5. 5. Marker vs. Location Based  Location – GPS and compass.  Marker – image recognition.
  6. 6. Cell Phone AR  Layar, Wikitude  AR browsers  Camera, GPS, compass
  7. 7. Video Games  Baseball cards  Webcam  Human Pac Man  goggles
  8. 8. Military  Head-mounted  Soldiers’ field of vision:  Blueprints, drone views
  9. 9. Challenges  Indoors  Cell phone screens= small
  10. 10. New Technologies  Rather than cell phones:  Contact lenses  glasses
  11. 11. Google Glass  Eyeglasses  Display computer-generated input  Speech commands & web search
  12. 12. Google Glass  Examples/uses:  Firefighters –building floor plans  Directions  sports - stats
  13. 13. Microsoft – Smart Glasses Patent  Rumored use: gaming
  14. 14. Sixth Sense ($350)  Wearable device that interprets hand gestures.  Product information.
  15. 15. Sixth Sense
  16. 16. Classroom  App connects:  Professor= AR glasses  Students= use smart phones
  17. 17. Works Cited  http://www.howstuffworks.com/augmented- reality.htm  http://mashable.com/category/augmented- reality/  http://www.cwjobs.co.uk/careers-advice/it- glossary/the-10-things-you-need-to-know- about-augmented-reality

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