Monthly Archives: July 2016

Augmented reality: A primer

I recently had a friend who is a professional artist ask me to explain what the tech behind the PokemonGo phenomenon is, and how he can use it in his work. I’m pasting a bit of my response to him … Continue reading

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This looks like fun

Looks like a great Game! It’s called Mindshow – it’s a VR game that’s multiplayer and recordable, so you can share the experience. Those are both things that are currently not really the case in VR – most are only you in the … Continue reading

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Vanishing tattoos

Temporary tattoo ink that gives you real tattoos for a year. How does that sound? I don’t have any tattoos! Not a huge fan, largely because of the permanence issue; how can you design something that’ll be part of you … Continue reading

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Practical augmented reality

This is a great example of a practical application of augmented reality (and it’s not Pokemon Go, although that’s getting people into shape!): a sign translator, instantly converting signs into a language you can read. These sorts of applications will eventually be … Continue reading

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Air cooler from water bottles

This is really neat! Go go physics.  

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