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3D experience cereal box Dassault Systemes (nesquick) 2009 interactive non-linear narrative, reacts to box position, flat small field of view, single-user, generative animation, videofeed, marker, shape recognition, desktop, any computer with webcam, ARvertising, cereal, kids, game
A new online experience by Dassault Systemes around the new movie Arthur and the revenge of Maltazard. Transform your cereal box into a 3D augmented reality videogame.
AR Slotmachine (Total Immersion, Nike) 2008 desktop, graphic shape recognition, marker logo's, generative animation, single user, small field of view, reactive to marker position, linear slot machine game, in front of any computer with webcam, ARvertising, slot-machine, game, gamble, nike, prizes
Nike 6.0 utilized an augmented reality slot machine game as a way to distribute prizes to event goers at various extreme sporting events. At the US Open of Surfing, over 10,000 players spun for their chance to win. Over a period of 3 days, people waited in lines that wrapped around the Nike booth to hold their scratcher tickets up to a webcam where a virtual slot machine would pop up and reveal whether or not their card was a winner.
AR Sneaker Experience Sid Lee (Metaio, Adidas) 2010 desktop, graphic image recognition, marker logo's, generated animation, single-user, small field of view, reactive to object position, first-person shooter game, conscious choice about narrative, in front of any computer with webcam, ARvertising, game, mARketing, fashion
adidas Originals is launching the first Augmented Reality experience in footwear. The adidas Originals AR Game Pack is a set of 5 shoes, each printed with an AR code on the tongue. When you hold the code in front of your webcam, you'll gain access to a virtual version of the adidas Originals Neighborhood. Each month between February and April, we'll launch a new interactive game within the Neighborhood and your shoe will be the game controller.
ARhrrrr Augmented Environments Lab (GVU) 2009 handheld phone, graphic image recognition, image, map, generative animation, sound, single-user, 360 choice of perspective, small field of view, reactive to hand position, physical objects, first person shootergame, conscious choice about narrative, phisical objects trigger events, any surface, anywhere, quick setup, skittles, game, zombies
ARhrrrr is an augmented reality shooter for mobile camera-phones. The phone provides a window into a 3d town overrun with zombies. Point the camera at our special game map to mix virtual and real world content. Civilians are trapped in the town, and must escape before the zombies eat them! From your vantage point in a helicopter overhead, you must shoot the zombies to clear the path for the civilians to get out. You can use Skittles as tangible inputs to the game, placing one on the board and shooting it to trigger an explosion.
Art of Defense Augmented Environments Lab (Georgia Institute of Technology) 2009 Smartphone, shape recognition, tilt sensor, graphic playing board, generative animation, multi-user, 360 small field of view, reactive to hand position, interactive linear narrative, on any suface, game, novel, phone
Art of Defense (AoD) is a novel AR game for a commodity phone (the Nokia N95). The goal of Art Of Defense is to explore game design and interaction techniques that are well suited to mobile AR on a small screen device. One principle guiding AoD is to uses the phones limitations as part of the game itself; in this case, designing assuming the player has a limited view of a larger game space.
Bamzooki Jason Garbett, Rupert Harris (BBC) 2010 television, 'Free-D' marker recognition, video, marker, generative animation, sound, multi-user, small field of view, game show, linear narrative, on any television, television, game, show, entertainment
Children's entertainment show in which teams of kids design creatures called zooks which are put to the test against each other. The BBC’s Virtual Studiotechnology was used to enable realtime composition of the 3D rendered graphics with live camera feeds. Each studio camera has a dedicated render PC to render the virtual scene from that camera’s perspective. To know what a studio camera’s perspective is, each camera is fitted with a second ‘Free-D’ camera which points towards the ceiling. On the ceiling are reflective, circular bar codes. The 3-D camera data is fed to a computer system that identifies the targets on the ceiling and calculates that camera’s position and orientation, 50 times a second.
Bricks 3D Fabian Gronbach 2010 desktop, shape recognition, markers, generative animation, single-user, 180 small field of view, interactive non-linear narrative, used on any desktop computer with webcam, Tetris, game, papervision 3D
A short augmented reality experiment using AS3. I used papervision3d and FLAR toolkit to bring a classic arcade game in to the real world.
De Pong Game Arjan Westerdiep, Benjamin Gaulon (Recyclism) 2005 projection, projectionmapping, architecture, generative animation, sound, multi-user, 180 large field of view, interactive non linear narrative, on any building, long setup, Ososphere festival, Art Rock festival, Hansaflux festival, Superflux festiva, DEAF festival Dublin, Lightwave festival
This project is exploring the concept of Augmented Reality by using and interacting with urban architectures [buildings] as background for the game. Thus the game is projected on a building and the limits of that building are becoming the limits of the game area. The ball projected on the building bounces along the limits of the walls. The software is also using the windows as an obstacles for the game. So the ball is limited to frame of the building. As you touch the ball with the slider, its speed increases and because the ball bounces on all the obstacles of the architecture it becomes more and more difficult to play.
Exercise in Immersion 4 Marnix de Nijs (V2_) 2007 head-mounted display, sensors, microphone, video, sound, video, generative abstract animation, sound, single-user, 360 choice of perspective, large field of view, reactive to head position, game with unknown goal, unconscious choices about narrative, indoors, anywhere, long setup, game, art-game, Deaf 07, crash suit
The headset is equipped with a sensor system that can couple the exact position of the user in reality with previously designed imagery. On the display built into the headset, a combination between the real world and the virtual-constructed world becomes visible.The virtual world corresponds with the existing environment through a number of clearly marked reference points, such as walls, pillars and doors. Without movement, the player remains in reality and there is no possibility to take part in the game. Movement and game progression results in the manipulation of the existing space that in the long run will transform into a virtual environment. In the most extreme case, the representation of the existing space will be completely replaced with a new and unknown world.
Extension Series Pablo Valbuena 2009 spacial Projection, videomapping, indoors architecture, animation, sound, multi-user, 180 large field of view, natural eye movement, linear narrative, space-specific, vooruit, projection mapping, almost cinema
The result is a game of light and dark. On and off. Present and absent. Virtual and real. A binary system made to measure for the digital age. The age where light does not mean anything without the reference to dark, and ‘on’ does not mean anything without ‘off’. Where the present always refers to the absent. Where you cannot see what is virtual without reality. Together they form one reality: the space, the map, the plan in which we are.
Eye pet Nicolas Doucet (playstation) 2009 tv screen, motion detection, user, generative animation, multi-user, flat small field of view, non-linear interactive narrative, any tv with playstation, playstation3, game, kids
The game uses the PlayStation Eye camera to allow a virtual pet to interact with people and objects in the real world. Using augmented reality, the simian, gremlin-like creature appears to be aware of its environment and surroundings and reacts to them accordingly. The player can place objects in front of the animal and the game will interpret what the object is and respond to it.[
ibutterfly DentsuLondon 2010 Smartphone, X Motion Sensor X GPS X Coupon, video, gerative animation, single-user, small field of view, reactive to hand position and movement, interactive, no narrative, anywhere, game, iphone, fun, collaborative
"iButterfly" is an entertaining iPhone application using AR, motion sensor, and GPS functions to collect coupons. Through the iButterfly, we will deliver not only coupons but also diverse information and contents as well.
LevelHead Julian Oliver 2008 desktop, graphic image recognition, markers, generative video, single-user, small field of view, reactive to object position, memory game, conscious choice about narrative, in front of any computer with webcam, Laval Virtual 09, Prix Ars Electronica '08, Technical Innovation award, Japan Media Arts Festival '08, Linux
levelHead uses a hand-held solid-plastic cube as its only interface. On-screen it appears each face of the cube contains a little room, each of which are logically connected by doors. In one of these rooms is a character. By tilting the cube the player directs this character from room to room in an effort to find the exit.
Put a spell Ogmento (arballoon_ we ar) 2010 Smartphone, Shape recognition, graphic image, video, generative animation, single-user, small field of view, reactive to hand position, screen touch and images, interactive, no narrative, on any surface, children, education, informational, game, Iphone
Ogmento is hard at work reinventing reality. We are currently focused on developing mobile augmented reality games and applications for the iPhone. Put A Spell Features Dubi Panda a 3D hologram on your iPhone, Will challenge your child to spell, Grab real cards and drop in blank spaces, Recognizes and pronounces letters, Designed with literacy experts
Rockpaperscissors t-shirt (T-Post,Moment 77 ) 2009 desktop, graphic image recognition, marker logo, generated animation, single-user, small field of view, reactive to object position, non-linear game, in front of any computer with webcam, t-shirt, fashion
Once you have your shirt on, stand in front of your web camera and play a game of Rock, Paper, Scissors against a computer-generated arm that extends from the shirt itself.
ScavengAR (Porter Noveilli, Metaio) 2010 smart phone, gprs geo tag, compass, graphic image recognition, graphic markers, animation, multi-user, walk trough the city, multi-player hunt game, points can be earned, pictures and texts can be placed, space specific in the city of Austin, game, quest, twitter
Players open up the junaio application available on the iPhone App Store and tune into the ScavengAR channel. Player's camera is on live view. This view will display a range of pre-set geo/AR tags created for the game within about 30 feet. Tags first appear as question marks. When close enough to the tags, players click question mark Geo/AR marker to collect the clue and score points.
Second Life visits The Hague Sander Veenhof / SNDRV (TAG) 2008 Laptop, GPS, audio, location user, audio, virtual location, avatar, multi-user, 360 small field of view, reactive to phisical position, interactive non linear narrative, city of The Hague, second life, game, citywalk, TAG
Using a virtual to real-world conversion mechanism, the location of Second Life avatars is converted to locations on the map of The Hague.
The Hague City Hall Pablo Valbuena 2008 spacial Projection, videomapping, City Hall, animation, multi-user, 180 large field of view, natural eye movement, linear narrative, space-specific, today's art, projection mapping, architectural space
In the past Pablo Valbuena has worked for several international videogame and film studios investigating spatial concepts applied to virtual environments and digital architecture as a concept designer. This project focuses on the temporary quality of space, investigating space-time not only as a three dimensional environment, but as space in transformation. By using geometric forms and light, Valbuena alters multiple dimensions of space-time, creating an astounding visual experience.
Our offering is composed of unique applications based on our multi-support 3DVIA Virtools platform. This allows us to create interactive, cross platform 3D experiences, that could be in 3-D, collective, online, in virtual and augmented reality devices, as well as on game consoles, stereoscopic screens or even in traditional cinema theaters.