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Augmented Reality

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Anu Lu

on 8 April 2014

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Augmented Reality
Further Investigation Methods
Augmented reality is basically is a virtual reality
that will try to duplicate the world's environment
into a computer.

Augmented reality adds graphics, sounds, haptic feedback and smell to the natural world as it exists.

The virtual scene generated by the computer is designed to enhance the user's sensory perception of the virtual world they are seeing or interacting with.

Augmented reality utilises aspects of a virtual' environment and merges this with the real world
It’s Fresh- its new and captures the readers
mind instantly due to the fact that the technology used is hard to come by.

It uses all the new up to date technology.
and hardware

It will be interesting to look at what kind of
social, ethical and professional issues
this technology may come across.
Window on the world - Without a real source of place A.R is not possible.

AR display device - The basic idea of AR, is to supply information of your environment cannot be detected by normal human naked senses. A method is needed to display these annotations that wouldn’t ordinarily exist.
Gathering information from :

Newspaper articles
Articles in the web
Why I chose it?
How it happens
Ethical Issues of A.R.

With the use of facial recognition technology, combined with geo-location and augmented data, a person walking around in the physical will have a digital profile which would contain information about the person. Imagine walking into a social gathering and getting ignored by a bunch of people because you have self-identified yourself with a political or religious affiliation that they don’t particularly care for, thus raising social and cultural issues.
Unauthorized Augmented Advertising:

Advertisers are always on the alert to implement augmenting digital ads in real-time. If the technologies that create these augmented advertising doesn’t have a control of what gets advertised and where, and if these advertisements promotes their messages on buildings and other objects without permission, it would lead to an intellectual property rights implication, thus arousing legal as well as professional issues.
Physical danger:

Like any other mobile technology media, augmented reality too can have safety issues physically. For eg- Having an augmented windshield to give directions to where you are travelling to, that creates a distraction for the user and may lead to the user losing track of what is going on the road, leading to accidents, which may arouse legal issues and even professional issues.

Whenever a marketing opportunity comes up, spam is most likely to be there. To trick customers who are gullible, several misleading advertising techniques and various other tricks can persuade consumers into buying stuff which they don’t really need. There are scammers, feeding on the data we share publicly on the internet which leads to privacy concerns thus arousing social, legal, professional and even cultural issues.
A.R and its application to Education
In the essay, the main focus would be the application of augmented reality to education. With the increase of educational need in the world right now, augmented reality can play a huge role. Some of the articles researched for this essay have a really interesting approach to education and to how students can use real time environment with virtual environment.

The use of text, graphics, video and audio can be superimposed into a student’s real time environment. Basically by an AR device, the embedded information is scanned and rendered in a multimedia format for the students. Students can participate interactively with computer generated simulations of historical events, exploring and learning details of each significant area of the event site.
Connection - A live connection to the information is needed no matter what source of database you use. To connect the database to you window cables are used.

Application Software- is needed to recognize what is coming into your device, and then fetch the required information according to what is coming and display and overlay the data by commanding whatever the display device used
As humans, we always seek for a better world. We dream about a better existance.

What AR does is, it alters the perception of reality, thus making the environment around us spring to life instead of creating a whole new world.

With the evolution of technology, soon using high tech glasses, you can create your own little dream world and you can do your daily routines while being in AR and you wont feel the need to leave.

This hallucinating affect can be brought about by drugs like LSD, so in one angle, this might be a good way to get away from those drugs, but at the same time, might bring people even closer to theses drugs, creating an ethical dillemma.
Data - A most crucial part for AR being able to work is having a database of some sort to supply the information. 2 main types: Local source of information – database stored somewhere on AR user and Internet – information shared on social networks.
How it happens



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