ARE2010 presentation resources

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Presenting at ARE2010

I spoke at the inaugural ARE2010 event on Thursday (full write-up in coming soon) with the very talented – Blake Callens and Patrick O’Shaughnessey. My talk was an introduction to AR in Flash with a focus on the history of FLAR, the main and upcoming technologies and current trends with a few demos and examples. It went very well and it was great to receive lots of kind comments and positive feedback. Thanks to all who attended.

As promised, here are the links to all the projects/demos/resources mentioned and some related material:

Virtual Ribbons
Colour tracking source
Ribbon source
AR Business Card
Patrick’s FLAR framework
FLARToolkit Alchemy branch
Flare *NFT (natural feature tracking)
Eugene Zatepyakin
Viola Jones (Face tracking)
ARToolworks licensing
My open source repository
GE Smartgrid
Microsoft future tech video
Transformers AR experience
Virtual box simulator
Virtual dressing room
Living Sasquach
Fractal’10 ident/game
Info on Flash Player 10.1


5 Responses to “ARE2010 presentation resources”

  1. 1 franklin June 6, 2010 at 5:24 am

    Thanks for the list. I missed the conf so this helps.

  2. 2 Blake Callens June 7, 2010 at 10:11 pm

    Hey man, do you have the link to where Eugene was using ASSURF to triangulate a position and display a 3D model? I want to start on integrating that into ARtisan.

  3. 3 jamesalliban June 13, 2010 at 7:43 pm

    Hi Blake. I don’t think this has been released yet. Eugene sent me the video shortly before the conference. He’s working on the 3D support at the moment.

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