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Mixare Free Open Source Augmented Reality Engine

Mixare Free Open Source Augmented Reality Engine

LinceoVR — Seac02 s.r.l. James Alliban String™ Augmented Reality Sign in Register licensing Demo No App Store release Track 1 marker Splash & Reticle Developer Track unlimited markers Unity® Cocoa Touch Hook Live Color Sampling Indie App Store release Splash & Custom Reticle Pro Splash Campaign White Label Indie, Pro and Campaign SDKs are locked to a bundle identifier of your choice. All prices exclude UK Value Added Tax (VAT). © 2014 String Labs Ltd jScrollPane - cross browser styleable scrollbars with jQuery and CSS saqoosha/FLARToolKit/en Spark project Wiki ナビゲーション (Japanese page) What is FLARToolKit ¶ AS3 ported version of ARToolKit. The license ¶ FLARToolKit is free to use for non-commercial applications under the GPL license. For more information about the conditions of the GNU General Public License, version 3, click here. Commercial Licence ¶ If you are interested in developing a commercial application or not releasing your FLARToolKit application source code then you should contact ARToolWorks ( for a commercial license. Download ¶ Download Browse source code ¶ version 4.0.0-fp10 version 2.5.x version 1.x.x trunk Source code ¶ You can get latest source code with following command. How to use ¶ Import of FlashBuilder? Forum ¶ Examples ¶ Who made it?

|AR-media™ Plugin for Google™ SketchUp™| .:: Inglobe Technologies ::. Description With AR-media™ Plugin, Trimble SketchUp™ users are allowed to visualize their 3D models using Augmented Reality directly in the real physical space which surrounds them. In a very precise sense, through AR-media™ Plugin, SketchUp™ 3D models can be visualized out of the digital workspace directly on users' desktop, by connecting a simple webcam and by printing a suitable code. By means of the Exporting feature, users can create and publish augmented reality files autonomously. Files created by this feature can be visualized on any computer with the freely available AR-media™ Player, without the need of having Trimble SketchUp™ and the Plugin installed. Users can now create their own SketchUp™ Augmented Reality models and distribute them to their clients as independent, stand-alone files and let their clients experience such models in Augmented Reality in a click.

2010 Augmented Reality Predictions For the 100th blog post I was hoping it would be a chance to reflect on 6 months of blogging on augmented reality. Rouli over at ARTimes has been running a series recently on predictions in the augmented reality industry for 2010 and was kind enough to ask me my thoughts. Since my predictions were published yesterday it seems like a good time talk about them in detail. Before I made this prediction Junaio hadn’t announced they were launching an open API and there was no real info on Layar 3D. My point with 3D browsers being a fad is these products will need to grow into something more than they are today. The key here will be what developers are able to do with the API and what they build. Mobilizy the guys behind Wikitude showed a preview of their augmented reality Wikitude Drive product earlier in the year. One of the predictions I saw from Rouli was a suggestion that Microsoft would purchase either Layar or Wikitude.

Welcome How JavaScript & HTML5 Are Remaking the Web The Future Web Series is supported by Elsevier's SciVerse Application Marketplace and Developer Network. The SciVerse applications platform enables developers to build apps based on trusted scientific content. Learn more. HTML5 is no longer just a buzz word. It — along with JavaScript and CSS3 — is quickly helping reshape perceptions of what a web browser and web standards can achieve. With browsers implementing more HTML5 features across platforms and devices, developers are starting to integrate many of the new features and frameworks into their web apps, websites and web designs. Although HTML5 is its own standard, the power of HTML5 is really only best realized with the use of CSS 3 and JavaScript. Graphics libraries like WebGL can extend JavaScript, allowing for the creation of interactive 3D graphics within the browser all while utilizing the plugin-free nature of the HTML canvas element. WebGL Brain Surface and Tractography Viewer Google Body Browser MathBoard Lost World's Fairs

Scout Portable Pedestrian Navigation Device by Matt Marrocco » Y Rip Your Environment Apart Augmented reality! That’s what we’re dealing with here. This right here is the “Scout – Portable Pedestrian Navigation Device” and it’s intended to be used by people traveling about, connecting then with local knowledge, wisdom, and GPS information to guide them. It’s a digital compass is what it is. Can you imagine the games you could play with this lovely little thing? The Scout has a screen, a camera, and a scroll wheel click button. Lemme know what you think about that. Another interesting thing is the information Matt Marrocco has given us! Do you agree with giving up your tools along with the design? Very big questions in this very simple design. Designer: Matt Marrocco

SLARToolkit - Silverlight Augmented Reality Toolkit

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