Some good points on the practicality of mobile AR from Jack Bennof. Got the article here. One of the things that intrigue me with current mobile AR – particularly commercial endeavors – is how the deal with intrinsic issues related to AR, such as registration, depth of view and if HMDs are used ocular and […]
I am a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Science and Engineering of the University of Chester, UK, since June 2015. My research expertise is on Wearable Computing, Mixed Reality and Virtual Reality, complemented by experience in Information Visualization, Haptics and Usability Evaluation.
I am currently interested in various themes of human-computer interaction, and in particular the application of novel display technologies in visualization.
Previously, I was a lecturer and researcher at the School of Computer Science, Bangor University, UK, a member of the Visualisation and Medical Graphics (VMG) group and an associate of the Research Institute of Visual Computing (RIVIC).
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Google Goggles are available for iPhone, after Android. Using your smartphone’s camera you can ‘detect’ landmarks and get information about them. Any form of ‘target-less’ traking and landmark detection is imho towards the right way. Check here…