Monthly Archives: May 2012

Totem Summer School for Location-Aware Games

My previous employed Fraunhofer FIT along their fellow TOTEM project partner Institut Telecom (France) are organising a summer school on location-aware games development. Knowing the team involved in the project I can thoroughly recommend going, they are not only tech … Continue reading

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Jobs: Six Graduate Student Research Assistant Positions at UL

We are looking for six graduate students based at UL to help us with two funded research projects I-GEAR and LiveCity. Students will be expected to spend about 25% of their time working on the projects and will receive payment … Continue reading

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Guidelines for Augmented Reality Games

In 2007 some colleagues and I developed and tested a location-based augmented reality game known as TimeWarp Cologne. TimeWarp was a game that aimed to let people see what the City of Cologne would look like in the past and … Continue reading

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Workshop on Ethics, Privacy and Trust in Serious Gaming

Some colleagues and I from SnT and Glasgow Caledonian University are hosting a workshop at ICEC 2012 in Bremen, Germany. Our workshop will be on ethics, privacy and trust in serious gaming. We would very much welcome contributors who not … Continue reading

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Interesting Augmented Reality Projects

In my session today at the Business Meets Research Event here in Luxembourg was Prof. Dr. Didier Stricker of DFKI in Kaiserslautern (Germany). For readers on here Prof. Dr. Stricker has been involved in the augmented reality community for some … Continue reading

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