More Core Tools for Augmented Reality

Last week Microsoft held an "Enabling Innovation Through Research" event at its Cambridge research labs, and demoed many of its projects. Core Tools for Augmented Reality was one of those projects, presnted by Simon Winder:

Well, there's nothing in this video we haven't seen before, to be precise, two months ago at Microsoft's Techfest (click for my previous blog post). Even the same bubble oriented treasure hunt game was shown then. The technology itself is based purely on image recognition, using the same concepts behind Microsoft's Photosynth. Some more details (but not too many) can be found on the project's web page.

Via The Future Digital Life and Developement Memo for Ourselves.


garylarry2003 said...

It was fascinating to hear about Microsoft's innovative projects. Simon Winder's presentation on Core Tools for Augmented Reality was incredibly captivating, and it made me interested in learning more about the various constitutional law issues that may arise as this technology is developed and used. I suggest other students and professionals seeking to get more informed about this topic look for the help of reliable constitutional law assignment writers. They should be able to provide comprehensive and accurate information to give an in-depth understanding of the legal implications of augmented reality.

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