Monthly Archives: April 2012

Today’s Augmented Reality “Thing” No.1

In what could be considered as partial revenge for the near saturation coverage that the cool Google Glasses received on the Internet, I have decided to every now and again to scan the Internet for something old or new which … Continue reading

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Research Seminar – Interacting with the environment: making use of tools that modify perception and action

We have invited Nicolas Louveton to give a public seminar at SnT this Wednesday.. Anyone who is here in Luxembourg is welcome to attend. Topic: Interacting with the environment: making use of tools that modify perception and action Time/Date: 16:00-17:00 … Continue reading

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IEEE International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality

Nov 5 – 8th, 2012, Georgia Tech, Atlanta, USA Info: http://ismar.vgtc.org/ This year ISMAR will be held at Georgia Tech in the USA and the submission deadlines ¬†are not that far off! What’s more Georgia Tech is home (in my … Continue reading

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Diminished Reality

I am sure many of you by now have heard of augmented reality, perhaps even mixed reality. However, how about diminished reality? Well it’s the opposite of augmented reality; the idea here is basically to remove things from reality. I … Continue reading

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A Slice of Raspberry PI Anyone?

For those of you who have missed it Raspberry PI is a UK project that aims to make a powerful cheap computer available to all for around $25. In typical eccentric IT pioneer style it has a quirky name. The … Continue reading

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