Too much links, too little time:
- Christine Perey, chair of the ISMAR Mobile Committee, has posted two interesting AR articles on O’Reilly Radar – “See it, Follow it” where she discusses real-world recognition, and Look Through the AR Window where she tries to create a taxonomy for mobile AR application (via @noazark)
- What’s people’s perception of augmented reality? Is it positive or negative? By studying blogs (which, of course, is a representative sample), public opinion is positive, very positive. (via @augmentreality)
- Thomas Carpenter updates his augmented reality scale.
- Nokia’s next AR project is set to translate signs in foreign languages.
If you are wondering how come there’s not one link pointing to a new augmented reality browser, they had their day yesterday.
This week’s video is of an odd AR application for the iPhone, named Sun Seeker. Basically, it lets you see, overlaid on top of the real world, where the sun is, and where it’s going to be throughout the day and year. Pointless? Well, the video does present an interesting use-case when buying a new house. Learn more about it, here.
Have a great week!
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