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Jack Benoff on the practicality of moble AR/in 2010, Augmented Reality/by Panos
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 non-ocular symptoms from their use.
Will come back into those in the future here or on Synthetic-toys.
Google Goggles on iPhone/in 2010, Augmented Reality, Handhelds, Mobiles/by Panos
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.