Posts Tagged ‘Vancouver’

Siggraph 2011 – Huge success at demo time !

Dear friends of 3D CALIFORNIA,

Demos of brand new AR see-through glasses from Laster Technologies were a huge success at Siggraph 2011 in Vancouver. 400 people could experience a couple of scenarios and they all enjoyed a lot.

Professionals’ and students’ reactions were extermely promising and confirm that business usages can go from maintenance operations to entertainment …

Please click on the picture to see the video :

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Send us your comments and questions !

Thank you,

3D CALIFORNIA Team

 

Augmented reality see-through glasses at Siggraph 2011

Dear Friends of 3D CALIFORNIA,
We are proud to invite you to discover Laster Technologies’ latest augmented reality products at Siggraph 2011, in Vancouver from Aug 9th to 11th.
Visit us at Cap Digital’s booth # 351 !
If you are not in Vancouver this week, have a look at www.laster.fr and send a request for information,
or answer this communication with your questions.
We will be pleased to provide you with more information and help you leverage this amazing optical technology for augmented reality solutions.

Cheers,
3D CALIFORNIA Team …

Towards Augmented Olympic Games

Vancouver 2010 Winter Games are the olympic edition with the largest social media coverage: from Facebook to Twitter, everybody’s talking about sports in Vancouver, throughout the world. Both media companies and individuals are enthousiastic at sharing information, pushing new statuses or encouraging their idols.

In this social mediatized world, Yahoo! is probably one of the most visible companies, with its FanCouver initiative on Flickr, Twitter and other medias. But the most impressive idea was developped by Total Immersion and Helios Interactive Technology . Their A/R demo based on face tracking features clearly illustrates an innovative way to integrate users / consumers / fans to a brand new kind of experience.

This demo opens a wide spectrum of application, from fashion to online games. Imagine you could compete (in realtime?) with the fastest skiers or dress with the trendiest ski clothing like Lindsay Vonn? Augmented Reality is not science fiction anymore, it is raw science at reach of hand.