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Project Persons Year Tags
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.
Growth Christopher Manzione (The Virtual Public Art Project) 2010 smartphone, GPS, motion sensors, videofeed location, 3d still, single-user, 360 small field of view, reacts to hand position, no narrative, space-specific, layar, locative media, virtual statue
Growth is a virtual public sculpture composed of a multitude of fractal polygons that coalesce into an asymmetrical three-dimensional form. The virtual public sculpture originated as a physical form created by the artist by hand and was scanned into the digital world.
Its my time Fabrica (Benetton Group) 2010 Desktop, shape recognition, marker, Video, videofeed, single-user, small field of view, reactive to marker position, linear narrative, any desktop, ARvertizement, fashion, casting, competition
IT'S MY TIME is a worldwide search for fresh faces and new styles for Benetton's 2010 campaign. Augmented Reality or AR enhances the printed page by layering a virtual image over real paper and ink.
Livingroom2 Jan Torpus, Roderick Galantay, Bennet Uk (Swiss National Science Foundation,, iart) 2007 headmounted display, tracking sensors, videofeed, animation, single-user, 360 large field of view, reactive to head position, interactive non-linear narrative, anywhere indoors, long setup, science-fiction, design, decoration
The room is approached as an illusionary space, a simulation of a possible future experience of daily life instead of a tool for content development. In ‘living-room2’ the space itself becomes the object of transformation. In the virtual layer, the room can be visually transformed, reconstructed, extended, etc. Thus, the user becomes part of an immersive environment. By giving the visitor the possibility to “change the space”, living-room2 offers new opportunities for applications in the fields of Architecture, Scenography, Tourism, Museology and Education.
PTAM (Robotics Research Group, University of Oxford) 2007 desktop, environment tracking and mapping, videofeed, animation or still, single user, 360 small field of view, no narrative, anywhere, ISMAR, research project
Video results for an Augmented Reality tracking system. A computer tracks a camera and works out a map of the environment in realtime, and this can be used to overlay virtual graphics. Presented at the ISMAR 2007 conference.
TINMITH Wayne Piekarski (University of South Australia) 2006 head-mounted display, gloves, Markers, pinch gloves, videofeed, generative stills, single-user, 360 large field of view, generative non-liear narrative, could be programmed anywhere, Metro, geometry, outdoor
We have written a number of applications which use Tinmith technology in order to perform outdoor augmented reality tasks. The Tinmith-Metro application is our main application, demonstrating the capture and creation of 3D geometry outdoors in real time, leveraging the user's physical presence in the world. Tinmith-Metro is also capable of easily rendering existing 3D models such as VRML, 3DS, and DXF for visualisation purposes. The true power of our software is experienced when using the 3D modelling capability to make changes in the environment, which is the most advanced of its kind available.
U-Raging Standstill CREW 2007 head-mounted display and headphones, camera, performers, pre recorded and live videofeed and sound, videofeed and sound, single-user, 360 large field of view, linear narrative chosen by the performers, could be set up anywhere, long setup, theatre, choreography, video, performance
The visitor of'U'becomes the protagonist in his own story. A story where he partly loses himself and eventually finds himself almost physically.
[syn]aesthetics_09 Halvor Høgset 2009 handheld display, shape recognition, markers, videofeed, animation and sound, multi-user, 360 small field of view, reacts to hands position, linear narrative, anywhere indoors, long setup, XGA, Galleri ROM
The installation uses the whole exhibition space, and consists of 3 handheld monitors (1 cordless and 2 with cable) equipped with progressive XGA video cameras, headphones and buttons for interaction. Through these monitors the users explore the space, augmented with digital structures and spatialized sounds, and interact with them in a real-time experience.