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jQueryUI: draggable + selectable Posted in to do on July 14th, 2013 by ericsoco – 1 Comment Across the tubes, there are many hints toward getting jQueryUI’s draggable and selectable widgets to play nice with each other. However, they all come back to a technique laid out in a post by Ryan Coughlin back in 2008. speaks... speaks...
Augmented reality has been around for quite some time but now that it is available for the Flash Platform (and thus available to just about everyone) it is really booming. I was recently looking for some AR examples and came across some really cool applications. I hope these will give you a bit of an idea of the immense possibilities this technology has. It’s not even that difficult to build. Check out Lee Brimelow’s tutorial video and you’ll be building applications like this in no time. The power of the Flash Platform part 2: Augmented reality | Serg The power of the Flash Platform part 2: Augmented reality | Serg
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The SharedSpace project has culminated in two related technologies, the ARToolKit and the Magic Book. Each of these technologies has its own web page, and the ARToolKit has an associated mailing list. The rest of this page describes the SharedSpace project from an earlier perspective. The Human Interface Technology Laboratory (HITLab) at the University of Washington and ATR Media Integration & Communication in Kyoto, Japan join forces at SIGGRAPH 99: Shared Space: Collaborative Augmented Reality is a featured demo at the SIGGRAPH 99 Emerging Technologies Exhibition. HITLab-ATR Siggraph ‘99 Demo Website: HITLab Projects : Shared Space HITLab Projects : Shared Space

ARToolKit Home Page

ARToolKit Home Page ARToolKit is a software library for building Augmented Reality (AR) applications. These are applications that involve the overlay of virtual imagery on the real world. For example, in the image to the right a three-dimensional virtual character appears standing on a real card. It can be seen by the user in the head set display they are wearing.
Atomic AR Authoring Tool
Blogs AR

A sound-responsive laser installation set to The Rite of Spring, performed with the North Netherlands Symphony Orchestra. Arcade were commissioned to make a visual accompaniment to Stravinsky’s masterpiece. The project was produced by the Groninger Forum for the Timeshift festival in Holland, to celebrate the 100-year anniversary of the controversial first performance of The Rite of Spring. Our response was to construct a virtual architecture from laser beams, transforming the music into a dynamic forest of sound and light.

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James Alliban
Goblin XNA Goblin XNA Introduction Goblin XNA is a platform for research on 3D user interfaces, including mobile augmented reality and virtual reality, with an emphasis on games. It is written in C# and based on the Microsoft XNA platform.
John Mayer Augmented Reality
Adobe AR

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