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Official website of Kindle Best-Selling Author -- Thomas K. Carpenter.
His novels include The Digital Sea trilogy, the Gamers trilogy and the Alexandrian Saga. He also writes short stories and edits a yearly anthology about augmented reality called Mirror Shards. His fiction can be found at all online retailers in electronic and paperback form.
If you would like to communicate futher, please contact him at carpe (at) centurytel (dot) net. You can also follow on twitter - @thomaskcarpente.
"...I love young adult dystopia novels...this book ranks with some of the best…" Available on Kindle, Nook, and Smashwords. $6.99 and Paperback $16.99 and Audiobook $19.95 "Book Two of the Gamers Trilogy" Available on Kindle, Nook, and Smashwords. $6.99 and Paperback $16.99 "Book Three of the Gamers Trilogy " Available on Kindle, Nook, and Smashwords. $6.99 and Paperback $16.99 "...I truly loved and enjoyed this book…" Available on Kindle, Nook, and Smashwords. $7.99 and Paperback $17.99 and Audiobook $19.95 "Book Two of The Digital Sea Trilogy" Available on Kindle, Nook, and Smashwords. $7.99 and Paperback $17.99 "...a riveting read that shouldn't be overlooked…" Available on Kindle, Nook, and Smashwords. $7.99 and Paperback $17.99 Extending the Edges of Augmented Reality (An Anthology) Available on Kindle, Nook, and Smashwords. $6.99 and Paperback $14.99 Kindle Best-Selling Short Story Available on Kindle, Nook, and Smashwords. $2.99 "...doesn't let up until the final sentence…" Kindle Best-Selling Novelette Available on Kindle, Nook, and Smashwords. $2.99
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Tag Archives: ISMAR
Tweet Inspired by Joe’s “50 Things I Learned at ISMAR“, I’m going to take a crack at 25 things since I was only there for half the conferance. 1. Participation in ISMAR doubled from 2008 to 2009. 2. In the … Continue reading
Tweet The biggest barrier to true augmented vision is an HMD that can handle all the requirements. I had the oppertunity to experience what Microvision, Vuzix and ORALab/EvoOpticks had to offer. I’ll try to relate their talks and my experiences with … Continue reading
Tweet The augmented world will exist as a shadow to the real one. Rouli from the Augmented Times posted on Friday about the ACME project (Augmented Collaboration in a Mixed Environment.) Leave it to a group of researchers to suck the … Continue reading
Tweet ISMAR09 is less than a month away and I’m getting excited about attending (though I wish I could be there for the full week.) This year’s conference looks to be the best one yet. While the industry is gazing … Continue reading
Tweet In comic books, Superman had all his powers naturally and Batman got his through gadgets and sheer force-of-will. Using the equipment (altogether not very portable for superheros) shown in the video, you can have Superman-like powers with Batman-like gear. … Continue reading
Tweet The Georgia Instituite of Technology will be presenting at ISMAR09 on “Augmenting Aerial Maps with Dynamic Information from Videos.” They have released a video and a website on their project. Their stated their goals are: Abstract We introduce methods … Continue reading
Tweet Yesterday UgoTrade posted a discussion of Thomas Wrobel’s proposal called, “Everything Everywhere: A proposal for an Augmented Reality Network system based on existing protocols and infrastructure.” If you’ve been following along recent AR debates , you’ll know that Thomas … Continue reading