Augmented Reality app from UGL, CS and GSLIS–from Jim Hahn via ACRL Tech Connect

Rapid Prototyping Mobile Augmented Reality Applications

Posted: September 3, 2012 | Author: Jim Hahn | Filed under: academic librarianshipcodingdatalibrarymobile,technology | Tags:  |3 Comments »

This Fall semester the Undergraduate Library at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign along with partners from the Graduate School of Library and Information Science and Computer Science graduate students with experience in programming OpenCV, will begin coding an open source mobile Augmented Reality (AR) app for deeper in-library engagement with both print and physical resources. The funding comes from a recently awarded IMLS Sparks! Grant.

read about the project here

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