Le jeu vidéo de la semaine : La vie de George - Jeux vidéo - Le Nouvel Observateur. Même les Lego se mettent à l'iPhone !
Les bonnes vieilles briques de constructions n'ont pas dit leur dernier mot et s'allient au jeu vidéo pour raconter "la vie de George". Le surprenant résultat, mêlant réalité augmentée jeu physique. Concrètement, l'application iPhone lance des défis de construction : un cactus, un crabe, une jeune fille... Au joueur de les reproduire dans le temps imparti avec les 144 briques fournies, avant de prendre en photo son chef d'œuvre. L'iPhone attribue alors un score en fonction du résultat. "La vie de George" offre un véritable challenge, empreint d'un stress bon enfant, qui plaira aux plus jeunes et aux parents nostalgiques des briques danoises. Au long des 120 défis de construction, le jeu se révèle un peu répétitif.
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Based in Roswell, Georgia, YOUReality is a leader in Retail Visualization. With YOUReality's cutting-edge Retail Visualization software, consumers can "Bring It Home" and try before they buy, enabling them to interact with 3D models of products in a photo or video of their own home environment. Consumers get a realistic view of what the products will look like, and can position them in their own space (maintaining correct dimension and perspective), changing colors, styles, sizes, and textures as they desire. YOUReality applications answer the question, "What will this look like in my home?
" Bringing a significant new business opportunity to U.S. Nancy Agati\’s \”Lumen\” appears above Boathouse Row on the Spring Garden Bridge Public art and augmented reality have collided in Philadelphia.
On Friday, tech arts program Breadboard — an initiative hosted by the University City Science Center — launched the local version of the Virtual Public Art Project, a national augmented reality art program. Using a free mobile application at eight locations in the city users can load up three-dimensional images that correlate geographically with popular Philadelphia landmarks like the Philadelphia Art Museum and Logan Square. For Breadboard organizer Dan Schimmel, it’s a counterweight to the commercial AR experiences that are starting to become more prevalent in the mobile sphere. “[Augmented Reality] is certainly going to crash through our lives through commerce and advertising. Artists responded to a call from Breadboard and were trained through workshops about basic 3D modelling tools, with help from VPAP at Next Fab Studio.
Related. Cardiff firm designs air guitar for interactive T-shirt. 1 November 2010Last updated at 07:00 Luke Khan demonstrates how the interactive air guitar T-shirt works.
Two designers have developed a T-shirt which allows wearers to be an air guitar performer online. Cardiff-based Warren Fauvel and Luke Khan have combined a technology called augmented reality with a guitar print. The T-shirt has a "barcode"-type symbol picked up via a webcam. As the "strummer's" hand passes over, it blocks the light and a point is scored. The pair developed it for south Wales band The Last Republic but hope that it can be sold across the music industry. Continue reading the main story. Augmented Planet Readers Choice Awards 2010. With the end of the year rapidly approaching, it can only mean it’s time for us to ask our readers to vote for your favourite augmented reality application in the Augmented Planet Readers Choice Awards for 2010.
This year we have teamed up with Samsung to give one lucky voter the opportunity to be among the first people to own a fantastic Samsung mobile phone. (details to follow) To enter the draw for the Samsung phone, just vote for your favourite augmented reality examples in the following categories: If there is something you think is missing from the nominations list please add it when you vote or comment below and I will update the voting page. I have added what I think are the popular choices, but these are your awards. Voting closed – results to be announced shortly. Augmented Reality - Layar Reality Browser - Homepage. Augmented Reality Golf for your iPhone. Home » iPhone , Mobile , News When you read the headline I bet you were thinking of an application where the programmer has carefully mapped out the distance to each hole, along with locations of bunkers and water hazards.
Then created a mobile augmented reality application that tells you how far you are from the green and what club you need to use. Fortunately, Gigaputt for the iPhone is a bit more exciting than that. Gigaputt is a game that takes place in your own neighbourhood, a game where climbing over your neighbours fence and wading through their flower beds to get your ball is all part the fun. Gigaputt is the latest iPhone application to get in on the augmented reality and geo-location crazy. If you are lazy or self conscious, the game comes with an indoor mode as well. Did you like this? Related posts you may like: Urban Golf For The Android.