Tag Archives: augmented reality

Paper: Form and Content in Augmented Reality Gaming

At the end of 2009 as the IPCity project drew to a close we completed our final study of the TimeWarp Cologne game (please click on the link to find out more information and see the citation from Blum et … 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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Today’s Augmented Reality Thing No 5: Clothing – Forget H&M?

Smart clothing and systems that let you try out new clothes and accessories are not that new and a quick scan online will find systems going back a number of years. However, the advent of cheap hardware such as the … Continue reading

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Business Meets Research in Luxembourg – May 22nd 2012

I am delighted to say that for the business meets research event I plan to give a high-level and hopefully accessible talk on urban mixed realities that will explore: An introduction to mixed reality from multi-touch to augmented reality What … Continue reading

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Some Open Questions in the Augmented Reality World

Firstly I should be honest and admit that I work for a research centre that specialises in security, reliability and trust in IT (SnT) so perhaps I am a bit biased. However, to be honest this post is motivated more … Continue reading

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