Augmented Reality – Real Meets Virtual
Carlhasblogged on interactive and personalized digital contentin months past, but this takes interactivity between the “real world” and the “virtual world” a bit farther.
General Electric, and their “Ecomagination” division has created what they call an “Augmented Reality” interface which combines a printed piece of paper with a special symbol on it, Flash 10 (you may have to upgrade, they’ll let you know), a web cam and browser, in order to allow you to interact with a virtual world by triggering and controlling that interaction with a piece of paper.
Not a clue what I’m talking about?
Take a look at the video below:
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