The augmented-reality future of medicine Augmented reality is still a relatively new and unknown technology. People scoff at Google Glass face computers on the street while the device is being used by doctors as both a diagnostic tool and a way to train medical students. The hardware and software that bends reality is expected to become a part of our everyday life. But when? In fields like healthcare, it's already being used to treat patients and improve the quality of life for those suffering from things like mental illness and vision impairments. 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.
Wikitude Wikitude is a mobile augmented reality software which is developed by the Austrian company Wikitude GmbH (formerly Mobilizy GmbH) and was first published in October 2008 as freeware. It displays information about the users' surroundings in a mobile camera view, including image recognition and 3d modeling. Wikitude was the first publicly available application that used a location-based approach to augmented reality. How it works List of augmented reality software The following is a list of augmented reality software including programs for application development, content management, gaming and integrated AR solutions. Open source Proprietary AR development toolkits AR content management systems End-to-end branded app solutions
16 Top Augmented Reality Business Models As promised a more specific ‘commercial’ follow up to my previous post on this topic which was more ‘story’ centric. I am developing & producing a range of Augmented Reality (or if you prefer AR, ‘blended or layered media’) applications at the moment. I have also been asked to present at a few conferences and create a detailed white paper on the implications of AR for government & business looking at privacy, legal, copyright & crime issues.
Jan 26, 2015: DHL successfully tests Augmented Reality application in warehouse The pilot's objective was to gain insights on the technology's benefits and limitations. For three weeks, warehouse staff in Bergen op Zoom was equipped with head mounted displays such as Google Glass and VuzixM100. The displays showed the respective task information during the picking process, including aisle, product location and quantity.
saqoosha/FLARToolKit/en - Spark project Spark project Wiki ナビゲーション (Japanese page) What is FLARToolKit ¶ AS3 ported version of ARToolKit. Actually, FLARToolKit is based on NyARToolkit, Java ported version of ARToolKit. Awesome Tron Augmented Reality Demo Home » Campaigns, News, TI, web Expresso Design a digital creation agency based in Italy have put together the ultimate experience to enable everyone with a web camera to experience a high speed light cycle battle. The campaign is of course based around the Disney blockbuster Tron Legacy. The demo features a rather snazzy augmented reality aspect that lets you experience scenes from the movie. As usual, printing a marker and holding it up to the webcam will result it an engaging AR experience.
Augmented reality NASA X38 display showing video map overlays including runways and obstacles during flight test in 2000. Augmented reality (AR) is a live direct or indirect view of a physical, real-world environment whose elements are augmented (or supplemented) by computer-generated sensory input such as sound, video, graphics or GPS data. It is related to a more general concept called mediated reality, in which a view of reality is modified (possibly even diminished rather than augmented) by a computer.