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Top 10 Augmented Reality Concept Games – Part 2 Home » Desktop , News , Opinion , Technology So we come to the nuts and bolts of the top 10 augmented reality games concept list as we continue the count down from 5 to 1. ( part 1 of the list ) Remember this list includes concept and beta games. Essentially games I want but am unable to play because they are not publicly available. Kweekies feels like it’s been coming for a long time, it’s probably been one of the most hyped augmented reality games around. HIT Labs is one of those names like Total Immersion or Metiaothat when they do stuff you tend to sit back and listen because you know its going to be good. {*style:<b>3: Spacecraft Racing </b>*} OK this one is not the most visual augmented reality application and may be a strange entry for number 3, but it makes me think of a cross between scalectrix and micro machines. That just leaves us with the battle for first and second place, so before we announce them lets look at the candidates. {*style:<b>ARhrrrr Zombies {*style:<b>PIT Strategy

Q&A: Adam Broitman on augmented reality marketing | Blog Caution: eye-poppingly cool links ahead. If you haven't yet heard of augmented reality, or its applications in marketing, it's time to start working on some serious mind-expansion. AR may be brand new cutting edge technology, but it's already started creeping into marketing campaigns from organizations ranging from GE to Esquire magazine...even the US Postal Service. Adam Broitman, partner and ringleader of the New York based agency Circ.us, has been preaching the AR gospel -- and working on some groundbreaking campaigns. Q: So let's start at the top. Adam Broitman: The way augmented reality is being used today is not a proper definition of what it's going to be. Other example of that are war movies when you see additional information that helps them navigate the world, for example. Q: So let's talk actual marketing applications. The stage that we're in right now is what my business partner refers to as through-the-looking-glass. There were a number of examples after that.

3 Reasons Why Games Are The Killer App For Augmented Reality We all are great believers in the potential of Augmented Reality (AR). Within the next 10 years, we say, it will totally change the way we interact with the world. But what industry will be the first to bring AR to the masses? When you co-found a company that focuses on Augmented Reality games – and especially – when it secures an investment from a venture capital firm – you have some deeper explaining to do. Here are 3 key (business) reasons why games will be the first industry to spearhead augmented reality into the mainstream: Reason #1 Games are the killer app for emerging technologies Games Accelerate the Adoption of New Technologies by the Mainstream Games have a history of pushing the envelop of new technologies and bringing new inventions to the masses: computer graphics, memory, silicon, screens, 3D animation, interactive story telling, immersion…and the list goes on and on. Nolan Bushnell (the legendary founder of Atari) wrote back in 1996: Was the first PC a video game console?

Augmented Reality Browser – Layar Top 10 Augmented Reality Concept Games – Part I Home » Desktop , News , Opinion , Technology Having just finished another xBox 360 game I’m thinking about my next game purchase. Augmented Reality has the potential to revolutionize gaming so today we’ll look at the top 10 list of augmented reality games that I really want to play. The caveat is none of these games are available, some of these are still concepts, some are in beta, and others… well have disappeared. {*style:<b>10: Pacman </b>*} Yes it’s retro but it makes the list because everyone who grew up in the 80s loves Pacman {*style:<b>9: Skreek Station I have no idea what this game is about, it looks interesting but more importantly it looks like one of those games that could change the board game genre. The simple games are the best and what can be simpler than a game of memory. {*style:<b>7: Marbles Another nice simple game, get the marble to the exit. I’m not sure if this one was ever designed to be a real game or just a promotion video from HP. Did you like this?

History Channel Turns Foursquare Into A Real World Pop-Up Video For all the talk about Foursquare, one of the coolest features that gets very little buzz is the Tips area. Here, you’ll find suggestions about venues from other users of the service. And if you’re friends with a user who has left a tip, you’ll get a notification with the tip on your iPhone when you check-in somewhere close by. The History Channel has decided to make use of this feature in an interesting way. The cable television channel has started populating tips at various venues around the United States to coincide with its new show, America The Story Of Us (starting April 25). When you check-in at one of these venues with a History Channel tip, you’ll get a notification with the tip (see screenshot). Foursquare has no shortage of mainstream media partners, and History Channel is one of the newest. As has been widely reported, Foursquare is currently in the process of deciding whether to raise a new mega round of funding or sell to Yahoo.

La realidad aumentada llega también a los museos Entre las disciplinas que más fuerte han apostado por la realidad aumentada se encuentra la museografía, que ha querido aliarse a esta nueva tecnología para ofrecer entornos más verosímiles que permitan al visitante una mayor inmersión. Los siguientes 13 vídeos reflejan varias de las posibilidades actuales, y apuntan también a un futuro que cada vez parece más cercano. AUGMENTED MUSEUM – museo aumentato Augmented Reality Volcano Kiosk (Virtual Mirror) Museum Augmented Reality Quest – Expedition Schatzsuche Museum Augmented Reality kiosk Gulf Coast Exploreum The Getty Museum’s Augmented Reality Demo MovableScreen at Allard Pierson Museum in Amsterdam Augmented Reality of the Transept in Cluny France Imaginality: Discover the Planets LumEnActive: projected augmented reality for museums Extreme Mammals at AMNH – Extreme 3D Augmented Reality in Museums Augmented Reality Museum App Y para relajar un poco… Night At The Museum 2 augmented reality teaser

Augmented reality: 10 real world examples from the superbrands Exciting things are happening in the whizz-bang new world of augmented reality, which will surely hit the mainstream before too long. Many of the world's top brands have experimented with AR recently, and while some of the first wave of apps are more gimmicky than useful, others certainly shine a light on what we can expect from this space in the months and years to come. So, for your viewing pleasure, here are 10 augmented reality videos. 35 Awesome Augmented Reality Examples on BannerBlog News If it wasn't for Twitter and social media as a whole grabbing all the headlines Augmented Reality would be the most talked about "technology" of 2008/2009. While the roots of the technology have been around since as early as the 1990's (remember VR games!) it's only in the last 12 months has the interactive industry taken to it like moths to a flame. Below you will find some of the worlds biggest brands dipping their toe into "Augmented Reality". Some are in it for the PR aspect others trying to find a useful application. The technology has it's limitations though. If you know of any interesting applications for AR please comment below. Augmented Reality!? Below are 35 great examples of where Augmented Reality and their applications to the commercial and art world. Correction Update: Apologies to Metaio who I incorrectly forgot to credit as the technology behind the Mini and Lego examples.

Top AR Blogs Home » IPHONE APP If you are interested in augmented reality and want to keep up with the latest news and gossip, Augmented Planet recommends the following bloggers Top augmented reality blogs. Did you like this? Related posts you may like: Augmented Planet comes to the iPhone 18 vídeos de realidad aumentada aplicada al marketing y a la publicidad Todavía no sabemos si éste está siendo “el” año de la realidad aumentada. De lo que no cabe duda es de que cada vez son más las disciplinas que se apuntan a las ventajas que ofrece esta nueva tecnología. Hace poco hablábamos de la educación, o del periodismo. Éste es el caso de la publicidad, que ha querido aprovechar el potencial de la realidad aumentada para llamar la atención sobre todo tipo de productos. Los siguientes vídeos presentan algunas de las posibilidades que ya ofrece este nuevo concepto. Tissot Augmented Reality in Selfridges 3D interactive touch screen window in London Interactive product catalogue – duo schreib & spiel Animated Lego Digital Box at Downtown Disney Orlando Lego Augmented Reality Burger King $1 Augmented Reality Augmented Reality_Benetton brochure Wine in augmented reality Augmented Italian Wine 2 adidas Originals – Augmented Reality Shoes Teaser EZface Virtual Mirror Kiosk Augmented Reality Cosmetic Mirror – CScout Japan Aplicación de IKEA para el iPhone

Jewel Collector: El primer juego de realidad aumentada para Layar | Netambulo :: Curiosidades y Noticias sobre Internet, Ocio y Tecnología :: DESCUBRIMIENTOS DE UN NETAMBULO Layar, la aplicación de Realidad Aumentada para teléfonos con Android, acaba de presentar en… ¿dónde va a ser? Venga todos: ¡¡en el Mobile World Congress!!, el primer juego para Layar: Jewel Collector. Cuando actives la capa de Jewel Collector en Layar verás, a través de la pantalla, joyas virtuales en la calle que tendrás que coger pasando físicamente por encima de ellas y así obtener puntos, en plan come-cocos. Cada ronda dura una hora y hay que conseguir el mayor número de puntos. Cuidado a partir de ahora si ves a gente con el móvil en la mano y comportándose de modo extraño. Web oficial: Jewel Collector Descubierto en seetio

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