[tog] Augmented Reality exhibit

kevin nally zombiekirby1990 at gmail.com
Fri Jun 15 12:37:30 IST 2012

I am just including a teaser video of the work for those who may still be a
bit unsure what I am talking about


On Wed, Jun 13, 2012 at 10:08 PM, kevin nally <zombiekirby1990 at gmail.com>wrote:

> Dear TOG
> I believe there is a piece at the NCAD degree show that may interest some
> of you. Its an Augmented Reality installation and its mine :D
> I know how there is an unmerciful fetish for the technologically new at
> TOG and so I assume this is right up some people's alley. Its techy, new
> but more importantly visually stimulating. I also think those who have seen
> Augmented Reality in videos/tech demos will want to have the oppurtunity to
> try it themselves first-hand as Augmented Reality really is a hands on
> experience. The work is not just applicable to TOG on a technical side
> however as the theme of the project is about changing how people relate to
> digital environments and media. Something relevant to many members of the
> Hackerspace. I hope it can give people some new ideas or that people can
> give me some new critiques as a good discussion over ideas will help my
> work tonnes! The people of TOG would be especially important in their
> judgements as often they are the ones interacting the most with new
> technology.
> The application that I am using is called Junaio that works off of tablets
> and smartphones. It downloads the site-specific content from a servor and
> is capable of handling image recognition, spatial tracking, 3d objects,
> sound and video so those who have decent iphones/Samsung Galaxys/HTCs bring
> them along and try the work out. If thats not possible for you there will
> be an ipad available in the space between 4-6 (give or take some minutes)
> The exhibition is on in NCAD in the Noel Sheridan room as part of the Fine
> Art Media department.
> Found on the top floor of the building imediately visible to the left when
> entering the college archway. The college is open from 10-8 weekdays and
> 10-5 weekends, finishing up this Sunday. Please pop round if your
> interested and have the chats with me :D I am happy to answer any questions
> about the work whether technical or artistic.
> regards
> Kevin Nally
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