It’s Sunday, and here are some links from around the augmented sphere:
- Videos of ISMAR 2010’s keynotes were recently uploaded to Youtube:
- Ron Azuma: Beyond pop-ups and moving trains
- Hirokazu Kato: Return to the origin of Augmented Reality
- Boris Debackere: Better Then Reality
- Selim Benhimane: Imagine a generalized daily basis usage of AR/MR
- It’s way too long for me to read, but it looks quite promising: PSFK’s Future Of Mobile Tagging Report.
- Artist to use augmented reality to deface the Mona Lisa on Thursday (with Junaio).
- More AR goodness on the Nintendo 3ds (via @yoav85)
- MixAR, an augmented reality edtior for the iPhone is looking for your support on kickstarter.
- “Live Butterflies” allows you to go outside and see virtual butterflies around you. Now we can go on and push the real ones to extinction.
Ever played Duplo (the big blocks version of Lego) as a toddler? Worried that your kids will only want to play with things that have touch screens on them? Worry not, legoplatformer.com will turn your old bricks into a mobile augmented reality platform capable of running computer games. On a serious note, that’s one example of the power of Qualcomm’s AR SDK: