IMTC, in collaboration with Blair MacIntyre’s Augmented Environments Lab and Jay Bolter from School of Literature Communication and Culture, presented a demonstration of an audio Augmented Reality tour guide built with DART (Director Augmented Reality Toolkit) at the Oakland Cemetery Sunday in the Park event (October 3, 2004 from noon-4:00 pm). The event is free and open to the public.
Maribeth Gandy, Brian Jones, Peter Presti and Scott Robertson successfully debuted the CharmBadge System at the North American IPv6 Summit 2004 in Santa Monica on behalf of Charmed Technologies, Inc. IMTC is currently developing the CharmBadge hardware, interfacing software, and attendee information website.
The Wireless RERC hosted the State of Technology Conference (SOT) on Mobile Wireless Technologies for Persons with Disabilities in Atlanta, Georgia. As part of IMTC's involvement in the Wireless RERC, members of IMTC moderated panels, facilitated roundtables and helped with the conference planning. In addition, IMTC designed the printed materials and accessible website for the conference and photographed all sessions for the SOT archive.
IMTC participated in the Klaus Advanced Computing Building Groundbreaking. IMTC developed an augemented reality interaction allowing Christopher Klaus to virtually place the new building into a campus map, triggering a fly-thru animation of the future building. In addition, IMTC produced a short video introduction and inserted the virtual building into real-life photographs.
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