Spoilrr AR Presentation

Posted by on Oct 3, 2010 in 3D, Web Design | No Comments

Last February I built a working mock-up of what I hope will eventually be an augmented reality greeting card-creating web application. Currently the site has only one greeting card and there is no functionality to create new card designs. It was a project I originally took on to explore building Flex applications using the AR toolkit. It was also an opportunity to design a unique web application interface. The idea that inspired the project was the possibility of creating a web application that would make it easy for anybody to easily create augmented reality content. It’s an idea that has kept me interested in the project ever since, even though I am stumped by the technical problems that stand in the way. I believe that if creating AR content was made simple the web community would invent useful, entertaining and social applications for the technology. In July I presented the presentation above at a Spoilrr Meet-Up about what I’ve built so far and where I’d like the project to go from here.

If you’d like to check out my 3DeeCards site you can see it live at:3DeeCards.com, and if you have any questions or if you’d be interested in collaborating on a new version of the project, please contact me.


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