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Augmented Reality

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Ralph Cortinas

on 31 October 2014

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Transcript of Augmented Reality

Augmented Reality
AR in Gaming
AR for the Real World
Augmented Reality Timeline
What's Augmented Reality
Real world + Virtual world
Real-time interaction
could be manipulated or stationary
bring to life abstract concepts
enhance understanding
Morton Helig
Sensorama machine
in 1957
Professor Ivan Sutherland
HMD
in 1966
LB Rosenberg
Virtual Fixture
in 1992
Paul Milgram and Fumio Kishino
"Taxonomy of Mixed Reality Visual Displays"
in 1994
Jun Rekimoto
2D Matrix Markers
Ronald Azuma
the first survey on Augmented Reality

in 1997.
Steve Feiner
the Touring Machine (MARS)
in 1997
Hirokazu Kato

ARToolKit
in 1999
Blaise Agüera y Arcas, software architect / engineer at

Microsoft
uses bing maps and AR to show real time events.
medical
MagicLeap
Sight
: Contact Lenses with Augmented Reality
Augmented Reality Today
Cell Phones
Primary device used for AR.
Game Apps
Google Glass
Close to AR
Not as in depth
AR Companies
Meta
Atheer
Available AR Apps

Android and iPhone
Apps
Zombies Everywhere!
Sky Guide
Word Lens
Augment iOS
The Dark Knight Rises Z+
Google Glass
Form of AR but not as in depth (untouchable)
Photos, Videos, Maps (Routes), Google on the spot, Phone calls/SMS
Thermal Touch
- A New Augmented Reality Interface for Wearables
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