Bruce Sterling Is Wrong About Augmented Reality

Tweet Bruce Sterling is wrong about Augmented Reality. First off, I want to express that I have the utmost respect for Bruce Sterling as both a writer and

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A Little Something About AR Games…

Tweet …but not here. Trying a little something different with some of my augmented reality posts.  Going to just single post some of them over on Games Alfresco,

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Paranormal Game Review

Tweet “It’s better than Angry Birds,” said my nine-year old daughter. And who am I to argue about that, but given that Angry Birds has dominated our house

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Augmented Reality Year in Review – 2010

Tweet Two years ago, in 2009, augmented reality took its first steps into mainstream consciousness.  This last year, 2010, we’ve seen augmented reality really expand into new formats

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Another Interview with Ori Inbar

Tweet Our own Ori Inbar was interviewed by MetaverseOne a few months ago.  The two part interview is long, but worth the twenty-seven minutes of viewing.  Ori gives his

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A Brief Interview with Ori

Tweet Have you ever heard of this guy? A brief interview from Geoweb Forum with Ori Inbar.  In it he talks about ARE2010, ARNY, the state of the industry

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Augmented Reality Year in Review – 2009

Tweet The year 2009 has been an important milestone in the development of augmented reality as an important future technology.  While markers and marketing campaigns captured the early interest

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Thoughts on the Outernet Guidelines Initiative

Tweet Ori Inbar (@comogard) tweeted an offer to join the discussion on the Outernet Guidelines Initative.  One particular point of their discussion piqued my interest and that’s the

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Mr. Jobs, Tear Down This AR Wall!

Tweet Reagan famously said, “Mr. Gorbechev, tear down this wall!” While arguments can be made whether Reagan’s challenge had any affect on the end of the Soviet Union,

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ISMAR09 HMD Review

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

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