Augmented Reality (AR)

Using our custom built “Peekavu” development kit I have been involved in several projects that asked for augmented reality content. Some of them are listed on this page.

University of Otago

A little robot was built, animated and shot to the moon in an interactive augmented reality (AR) experience. The interactive experience asked you to try to shoot the robot to the moon.

Feel free to download our free Peekavu app from your app-store and try for yourself. Just click on the above image. The connected page offers the target image that you can then print out to try yourself  at a moon shot.

DragonBrothers

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This has been a demo for augmented 3D content in a children’s book. The map on the inner cover of each book was augmented with an animated 3D world by BurningFish Productions.

Toitu Museum

A contemporary and exciting exhibition of archaeological artifacts, presented by ghosts from the past.

Feel free to download our free Peekavu app from your app-store and try for yourself. Just click on the above image. The connected page offers the target image that you can then print out to experience the ghosts from the past yourself.

SPL

This was a test for an augmented reality demonstration of the human body in motion on a skeletal and muscular  level. The target features buttons to switch between those two views.

Feel free to download our free Peekavu app from your app-store and try for yourself. Just click on the above image, print it out, point your phone with the running app at that target and the magic should happen.

Otago University

An augmented reality demonstration showing how a molecular ribbon model can be evaluated in 3D using augmented reality. This is a very useful application for scientists working with the spatial structure of molecules which is very difficult to depict, and understand, in 2D illustrations. This lead to a world first publishing of our augmented content in a peer reviewed scientific journal.

Feel free to download our free Peekavu app from your app-store and try for yourself.Just click on the above image, print it out, point your phone with the running app at that target and the magic should happen.

Otago University

This was  an augmented reality experiment using a scanning electron microscope to build a 3D model of a head louse using photogrammetry data obtained through the microscope. Subsequently the 3D model was augmented on top of one of the original images.Just click on the above image, print it out, point your phone with the running app at that target and the magic should happen.

Feel free to download our free Peekavu app from your app-store and try for yourself.Just click on the above image, print it out, point your phone with the running app at that target and the magic should happen.

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