Brad A. Myers Carnegie Mellon University School of Computer Science Technical Report CMU-CS-96-163 and Human Computer Interaction Institute Technical Report CMU-HCII-96-103
Hear that sound? That’s the quivering sound of the Amazon Kindle team quaking after today’s formal announcement of the Skiff E-Reader (until an inevitable Apple Tablet/Slate launches). At a minuscule .268 inches thick and sporting an 11.5 inch screen with a whopping 1,600 x 1,200 resolution, the Skiff is capable of displaying a newspaper page whole-hog with only minor alterations.
Augmented Reality has been cropping up a lot lately, especially Flash-based AR. I will guide you through how to create some simple yet neat effects that you can put on your own website. Introduction: Augmented Reality
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In each platform you have generally two choices: click on the program from your OS explorer or starting from the command line: the last choice is better since it give you the error and standard output stream (and ARToolKit used it a lot). Each platform offer a dialog box to setup the video before starting the main AR loop. Windows On a Windows PC double click on the simple.exe icon in the bin directory from your windows explorer. A dos console window will open and when the camera is detected the follow dialog will open. Otherwise start the Command Prompt program from the Start Bar (In all programs->accessories-> Command Prompt on winXP, english version), go the bin directory and run simple.exe .
I’m a big advocate of open source. Sharing your work can improve the software, the community and your Karma levels. It’s also a great way to give back to the giants whose shoulders we stand on.