Monthly Archives: February 2011

ARIS app: Augmented Reality, Interactive Storytelling

Not all the news from Wisconsin is bad. U-Wisconsin’s Games, Learning and Society (GLS) researchers have developed a mobile device authoring environment, ARIS (Augmented Reality and Interactive Storytelling), that they currently deploy to help the UW community to re-experience Dow … Continue reading

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Food-based QR hackers in NYC + other QR arts projects Enjoy the photos and video courtesy of NYC Resistor, a Brooklyn community hacking group. Creating QRs can be tasty, artful and community-building. Maybe Knight Library’s artful cooking contest should incorporate a QR theme this year? Here’s the Flickr group … Continue reading

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Smithsonian gets schooled on QR Patrick Donnelly is an MBA and designer of QR and AR (augmented reality) in DC. His blog above shows a 2010 presentation to the Smithsonian about QR/AR resources. He has also given a presentation to his alma mater (George … Continue reading

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