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Having a compass and camera built into smart phones opens up possibilities for augmented reality (AR). Programmers now know more than just location; by also knowing which direction the phone is facing, you can overlay objects on users’ view of the world. This workshop will look at AR development on the iPhone and Android platforms.
Derek Smith of SimpleGeo is a developer of their AR framework for the iPhone. He’s going to step you through the challenges of providing a realtime overlay on the physical world. Nicola Radacher of Mobilizy will discuss what they’ve learned in the four releases of their popular Wikitude on both platforms.
Derek Smith is a recent graduate from Loyola Marymount Univiersity. With early guidance from a few CS professors, he began his Senior year with the iPhone SDK. As a student developer he earned a WWDC Student Scholarship. After college, Derek began working as an iPhone Dev consultant which lead him to his current position at SimpleGeo. At SimpleGeo, Derek was given the opportunity to explore different implementations for providing an augmented reality environment for the iPhone.
Martin studied both Computer Science and Mathematics at the University of Salzburg, Austria and the Victoria University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia. He got to know Philipp Breuss during his time at Sony DADC. Martin was fascinated by the possibilities of Augmented Reality and joined Philipp to develop Wikitude. He is now CTO at Mobilizy. Martin loves Tennis and hiking in the wilderness and sometimes has found himself in companionship with bears and snakes …
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