This post provides notes on the above Powerpoint. The actual presentation elaborated on the points much more than I do here. Please feel free to ask questions. Also, as always I recommend joining the Open Augmented Reality Cloud. They are working to create open, interoperable standards to encourage the growth, use and understanding of AR.
And yes, another resource is Bubiko Foodtour's Unusual Guide to Augmented Reality, which is reviewed here.
- The following presentation uses references from the State of the AR Cloud Report published May 28, 2019 by the Open AR Cloud. All rights reserved. http://stateofthearcloud.com/ With the exception of Novaby, the 3D model making company, I have no relationships with any companies mentioned in this presentation. This research has been self-funded.
2. Stephen Black PARIS + London AR Meetup
- SB introduction
- Bubiko Foodtour introduction
3. Nissan video/ question of geopose https://mashable.com/article/nissan-ar-virtual-reality- windshield-display/
The above link exemplifies a lot of the ideas about the future of AR in general, as well as about the potential applications of AR and AV, Autonomous Vehicles.The entire article is good, but the embedded video is excellent.
The photos were done as a spur of the moment test. I have done another version, featuring a 1947 Rolls Royce!
The point to be made here is that the model, Bubiko , was placed on the road ahead of the vehicle.the car, then "drove through" Bubiko, and she remained on the road behind us.
This gives us something to think about in terms of creating permanent AR experiences using geoposts.
5. Microsoft Azure Website
An example of how one company illustrates their version of the entirety of AR.
6. from a SlideShare presentation by Sergii Kozyrev
Another illustration of how the entire AR world will look like, this time based on Android.
7. OARC From State of the AR Cloud Report 2019
I cannot recommend the work of the OARC highly enough. Visit their site for the download of the first OARC Symposium Report.
8. www.blacksteps.tv At least three posts about 'geopose'
Yes, on this blog, I presently have a few posts about 'geopose'.
9. From correspondence with Jan-Erik Vinje, Managing Director of Open Augmented Reality Cloud:
○ If we are successful in creating such a standard we will in effect have created the equivalent of the URL for real world spatial computing. Allowing the geopose of both real and virtual objects to be universally captured, stored, shared and understood.
This comment by Jan-Erik, and those that follow, are self-explanatory. However, one week ago, at the second OARC Symposium, the definition of 'geopost' was greatly discussed. In fact, the goal of the OARC for the next year is to fcus upon creating a final definition of 'geopost', and to work towards a working model.
10. ○ I liken it to URL because it can be seen as links between the physical world with the digital world. ○ URL links information to more information. Geopose links the world to digital information and digital information to the world.
11. ● It can even be used to create a "persistent portal" between a physical space and a virtual space. Where people from across the world who are experiencing a virtual space can go through such a portal to experience a real space (by streaming realtime reality capture data to all those in the virtual reality space).
12. ● At the same time people in the real world can walk into the virtual reality space or see virtual objects, scenes and avatars of virtual reality users projected into their physical space using AR.
13. Geopost is to AR as URL is to the internet.
14. To create a GEOPOSE 1.Physical space owner 2. AR data/ SLAM spatial location and mapping 3. AR Cloud space 4. End user(s)
This slide features a photo of the Fox Theatre in Detroit. The front of the theatre is copyrighted. Anyway planning to use the front of the Fox would need to obtain permission to do so.
This situation would be true for many buildings, copyrighted or not.
15. How to find the location? (the need for interoperability): Google maps Mapillary Military maps LADOT ebike monitoring maps(eg) Satellite-based maps monitoring floods, snow, ice, fire, crowds etc. City/State/Federal maps Company owned routing maps Bus routes Ride sharing maps Superworld Emergency routes Bike lanes Construction Traffic signals
The companies and organizations listed above would all benefit from an open AR Cloud. A comparison is sometimes made, comparing the present state of the AR Cloud with the early nonstandardized gauges of railroad tracks. Once the railroad tracks became standardized, society benefited.
Once there are interoperable standards for the AR Cloud, groups like those listed above will benefit, as will education, medicine, science and, all of society/
This article shows an instance in which a geopost by Instagram was used by an artist to promote discussion about AR artin public spaces.
18. Bubiko and SB are always open to cross-promotions, collaborations, and exchanges!
Art, business or fun, get in touch!
19. Stephen Black LinkedIn, Facebook, twitter Bubiko Foodtour Instagram, Facebook, twitter firstname.lastname@example.org
20. Thank You
(An Easter egg! If you keep clicking you will see my presentation abut AR and Autonomous vehicles.)