My name is Rouli (pronounced like wooly) . For the last couple of months, I’ve been blogging on augmented reality over at Augmented Times, where I cover the coming “AR revolution”. When I first became an AR enthusiast, over a year ago, I’ve found Games Alfresco an incredible source of goodness. That’s why I was honored when Ori approached me with an offer to combine forces, in hopes of creating a central AR hub, a place for AR fans and proffesionals alike.
This post is the first step in creating such a hub, and in the following weeks I’ll be publishing some of my posts both over here and on Augmented Times. Please leave a comment and tell us what you think about this collaboration!
Once a week I write a post detailing all the news that didn’t get their own post, a “Linkfest”. So, for the first time on Games Alfresco, here’s this week’s linkfest:
- Visitors at the Allard Pierson Museum in Amsterdam can see a reconstruction of the Roman Forum overlayed on top a current image of the site, using a movable iMac display (via engadget)
- Microsoft Israel employees are having fun creating a semi-augmented reality car race.
- Want to read augmented reality news in Polish? Then this is the site for you (but I wish they would link to their sources, *cough*).
- Tom Carpenter on AR concepts to a manufacturing enviroment. I’ve just found his blog, and his other posts are interesting as well.
Finally, the following video was doing the rounds this last week –
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