This device incorporates haptic feedback, so you can feel various objects in the virtual world, and any hand gesture you make is instantly sent to your VR device.
"If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite." - William Blake
Doors is an ongoing research work from our R&D department.
Between reality and virtuality, we are playing with the feeling of perception and infinite space. In this setup we had a real time anamorphic custom software computing the perspective of the nearest person. Through a 4 channel immersive and 3D spatialized sound, people could experience and discover virtual audioreactive landscapes by simply moving in space.
Unique Augmented Reality app for the Shuttleworth Collection in the UK and designed to engage with younger audiences. The app format is suitable for museums, attractions and other related venues.
Nexus Interactive Arts has created the Invisible Museum for Qualcomm at CES in Las Vegas, featuring a series of exhibits that come to life using Augmented Reality (AR) technologies.
The Invisible Museum installation uses AR to reveal a digitally augmented 3D world that is symbolic of Qualcomm technology, which is often invisible to the naked eye.
When visitors enter the bespoke designed museum, 6 striking white exhibits are displayed on plinths against a completely white background; the Invisible Museum.
Each plinth comes to life when a visitor simply points a mobile device at the piece of art work, immersing visitors in a series of whimsical and colourful animated 3D worlds – a complete contrast to the white space of the real world installation.
To explore the technologies in more depth the digital augmentation includes hotspots, which reveal further information on the work Qualcomm does.
The exhibition runs through-out CES and then will be touring across the US and Europe.
Esta es una demostración de una aplicación desarrollada por Neosentec para incluir Realidad Aumentada en forma de cartas virtuales en restaurantes o en catálogos de comida a domicilio. Un ejemplo claro de cómo la realidad aumentada puede mejorar una experiencia.
Every Child Is An Artist is a new project created by Mercurial Dance, which aims to develop the skills, ability and imagination of all the children at Oasis Academy Hobmoor.
Each term we explore different media with the children and different ways to express the themes as we work towards creating a new exhibition, performance or event which we will share with their family, friends and the wider community. The project is delivered by Mercurial’s team of artists, who make and present work professionally; we are experienced in communicating our arts practice in educational settings and this is what enables us to really stretch the children’s imagination and ability.
The autumn terms theme is Digital, and we are we are creating an Augmented Reality (AR) 3D game, animations, coding and creating drawing robots using LittleBits and Makey Makey technology. We are exploring future and fantasy cities, as we reflect on what it is to grow up in Yardley. AR allows us to add layers of video, images, 3D models and more to the world around us and view it through an ipad app. In our exhibition at the end of this term, friends and family will be able to explore the virtual cities the children create, new inventions and animations by finding and scanning an AR markers across the school.
With a three year ambition to Every Child Is An Artist, the autumn term is just the beginning. In the spring term the focus is on visual arts and in the summer term, performing arts. As the children progress through the years they will engage and explore what it is to think and work like an artist, to develop their resilience, creative thinking and problem solving. We are using Arts Awards, Discover and Explore to champion and guide the children achievements through the project.
Mercurial Dance developed Every Child Is An Artist with Oasis Academy Hobmoor and the significance and impact of our creative journey with the pupils can be followed on the school blog www.oasishobmoorblogs.co.uk.
An Augmented Reality app which gives you the possibility to customize your own windowdecoration real-time!
The app requires a marker in order to work, which can be downloaded at www.windowstylist.nl
Bachelorarbeit im Bereich Motion Graphics
An der Hochschule Mannheim in Kooperation mit der Projektgruppe für Automatisierung in der Medizin und Biotechnologie des Fraunhofer IPA (http://pamb.ipa.fraunhofer.de)
Interaktive Hologramme sind der Alltag von Morgen.
Dieses Bachelorvideo zeigt beispielhaft, wie holografische Software im Biolabor aussehen und verwendet werden könnte.
Dabei bietet die Software viel Raum zum Forschen und erlaubt es dem Benutzer kreativ, wissenschaftlich und multimedial zu arbeiten.
Von Eva Cegrinec (http://finnlima.com)