Category: augmented reality


Oyster Advanced Body Skeleton Tracking

The days of motion capture may be numbered, as video tracking algorithms get more advanced. Oyster combines advanced machine learning algorithms from motion tracking and synthetic data to provide accurate real time body tracking. Now all you need to animate your characters is a camera and this software! More info: http://www.gestigon.com

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holoportation: virtual 3D teleportation in real-time (Microsoft Research)

29 March, 2016 エスピオン

holoportation is a new type of 3D capture technology that allows high quality 3D models of people to be reconstructed, compressed, and transmitted anywhere in the world in real-time. When combined with mixed reality displays such as HoloLens, this technology allows users to see and interact with remote participants in 3D as if they are […]

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Live eye tracker with a cheap webcam

09 October, 2015 エスピオン

Cubic Motion usually apply their computer vision technology to high-end footage, but it can be applied to all kinds of data. Watch their youtube channel for iPhone and Android demos, coming very soon. Below you can see a 60fps face tracking system, which can be used for live character animation system for Maya, Unreal Engine, […]

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Future First Person Shooter – father.IO

father.IO is an augmented reality First Person Shooter in the real world. Father.IO is an action game with a strong strategic component, in typical Risk and Travian style, that can be played in the real world: gamers will enter a real-life gaming experience, complete location-based missions, conquer territories, and collect virtual resources – all in […]

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TRUE SKIN sci fi short film

Written & Directed by: Stephan Zlotescu Director of Photography: H1

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Our Drone Future

19 December, 2013 Luthien

Alex Cornell’s latest work is a brilliant video showing his vision of the future security drones. He combined footage with DJI Phantom drones of San Francisco together with security graphics to create a storyline of what the police drones would be capable of. Amazing and terrifying at the same time!

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IllumiRoom – augmented reality projections to enhance your games and movies

16 February, 2013 エスピオン

By combining a Kinect camera and a projector, IllumiRoom augments the area around your television to increase immersion in the game you’re playing or the movie you’re watching.

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Virtual Reality Head Tracking and Realtime Motion Capture in UDK

3 videos demonstrating head tracking, realtime motion capture and head mounted display for an immersive virtual reality experience in Unreal Engine.

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Sight short film

07 August, 2012 エスピオン

A short futuristic film by Eran May-raz and Daniel Lazo about how LED contact lenses could be integrated into our lives in the future.

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Augmented Reality Contact Lenses

05 April, 2012 エスピオン

Over the past several years, researchers have been working to make LED contact lenses which would display navigation data, personal emails, or any other sort of info superimposed on the world before your eyes.

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Project Glass – Augmented Reality Glasses

05 April, 2012 エスピオン

Google have revealed “Project Glass” along with some early concepts and prototype designs of their augmented reality glasses.

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Robot Readable World

28 February, 2012 エスピオン

How do robots see the world? How do they gather meaning from our streets, cities, media and from us? This is an experiment in found machine-vision footage, exploring the aesthetics of the robot eye.

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Float Hybrid Entertainment Kinect technology

13 February, 2012 エスピオン

John Gaeta introduces Float Hybrid Entertainment via real-time volumetric video capture using multiple networked Kinect cameras.

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Moosejaw X-Ray: Undressing Catalog Models

Moosejaw X-Ray uses your device’s camera to create an ‘X-Ray Vision’ experience that lets you see what models in the catalog are wearing underneath their clothes.

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Kinect Hacks: Body Dysmorphic Disorder

06 October, 2011 エスピオン

flight404 bloats himself up with a Kinect then later puts his idea to use alongside Lusine’s track “Gravity”.

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Weill Cornell Medical College 3D CAVE

24 August, 2011 エスピオン

The Weill Cornell Visualization Facility is the world’s first high definition 3D virtual reality environment.

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Making Life Easier with Instructional Augmented Reality

17 February, 2011 エスピオン

Metaio’s demo shows how augmented reality can be used to recognise objects and give users instructions on how to repair them.

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Sony PSP2 NGP Next Generation Portable & Concept Trailer

At a special event in Tokyo, SCE president Kaz Hirai unveiled that for the time being, the PSP2 is being known as the NGP – Next Generation Portable.

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Word Lens – Augmented Reality App Translates What You Look At

Word Lens for the iPhone announced today, is a new app that translates text through your camera, live in-video. Welcome to the future!

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The Incredible World of Diminished Reality

14 December, 2010 エスピオン

Diminished Reality video demonstration by Jan Herling and Wolfgang Broll. The software can remove objects from live video in 40ms per frame.

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Star Wars Augmented Reality on iPhone

03 December, 2010 エスピオン

Falcon Gunner is an augmented reality Star Wars game for the iPhone. Now you can be ‘that guy’ in public!

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Hans Rosling’s 200 Countries, 200 Years, 4 Minutes

02 December, 2010 エスピオン

Hans Rosling’s famous lectures combine enormous quantities of public data with a sport’s commentator’s style to reveal the story of the world’s past, present and future development.

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Making Future Magic – iPad light painting

22 November, 2010 エスピオン

photographic and animation techniques developed to draw moving 3-dimensional typography and objects with an iPad.

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Kinect hacks: 3D video capture and augmented reality Doom 3

Oliver Kreylos has succesfully hacked the Microsoft Kinect to create a 3D depth of field that can be freely navigated around.

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