Augmented Reality with KPU Proff

by Oct 18, 20140 comments

Augmented Reality 3D Scan

In this example we have a yet another Augmented Reality 3D Scan made for a Professor Paulo Majano at Kwantlen Polytechnic University here in Vancouver.

If you'd like to see more of Paul's work, check out his augmented reality writeup to see what he is up to Paul's website.

And watch our feed for the actual working project in a few weeks!


Virtual and Augmented Reality

Human 3D Scans for Virtual and Augmented Reality Applications demand their own approach and a different set of unique solutions to guarantee the quality of results.

Due to Serious nature of use, VR developers of such real-life Simulations have to exert enormous amounts of pre-planning and effort into their digital elements. First, to account for the advances in controller technology; and, second, to make sure these elements are future-proof.

In the future, the fidelity of Cyber scans based on Photogrammetry will play an even larger role as any non-realistic simulation will distract and pull participants attention out of simulation and story.


Augmented Reality 3D Scan

Augmented Reality Apps

One of the benefits of using 3D Scanning in Augmented reality Applications is that it provides the user with a completely realistic fusion of real and virtual.

Blending both worlds seamlessly has been an issue in the past, but with the advances in Real Time rendering and VR Input sensor technologies, this is no longer a problem.

We look forward to learning more about your projects and applications!


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