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25 JULY 2013

colAR: An Augmented Reality Drawing App

"Puteko is a spin–off company from the HIT Lab NZ and proudly presents colAR – a computer program that brings colouring book pages to life with the magic of Augmented Reality!

You can colour in the book pages and then see them come to life as they pop out of the page as three dimensional models on your computer screen."

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2D drawing3D3D model • 3D rendering engine • animated 3D • Aotearoa New ZealandappARaugmented realitybreathe life intobring to life • colAR • colAR App • colAR colouring book • colAR Mix App • colAR technology • colour • colouring book • commercialisation projectscrayondrawing appdrawing digitallyGoogle Play StoreHIT Lab NZimage recognition • iOS App Store • kidsoutline drawing • page templates • Puteko Limited • Qualcomm Technologies • spin-off companies • technology commercialisation • templated designtoyUnity 3D • Vuforia (platform)

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Simon Perkins
10 MARCH 2013

CityViewAR: remembering Christchurch before 4 September 2010

"CityViewAR is a mobile Augmented Reality application that allows people to see how the city was before the earthquakes and building demolitions. Using an Android mobile phone people can walk around the city and see life–sized virtual models of what the buildings looked like on site before they were demolished, and see pictures and written information. Hundreds of 3D models of key city buildings have been made available from architect Jason Mill of ZNO, while the Christchurch City Council and Historic Places Trust have provided photographs and building histories.

CityViewAR is based on the HIT Lab NZ Android AR platform which uses the GPS and compass sensors of mobile phones to enable virtual information to be overlaid on live video of the real world. Android AR makes it easy for Android developers to build their own outdoor AR applications. The software was previously used for showing individual buildings, but this is the first time that it has been used to show dozens of buildings at once, and the first time in world that mobile phone AR has been used for earthquake reconstruction."

(HIT Lab NZ, 2011)

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Simon Perkins
16 OCTOBER 2009

HIT Lab NZ: Human Interface Technology Laboratory New Zealand

"The Human Interface Technology Laboratory Aotearoa New Zealand (HIT Lab NZ) is developing and commercializing technology that improves human computer interaction and by doing so unlocks the power of human intelligence.

The HIT Lab NZ conducts research with new emerging technologies such as Augmented Reality, Next Generation Video Conferencing, Immersive Visualization and Perceptual User Interfaces. Interaction Design techniques are used to adapt these technologies to the needs of end users and solve real world problems. "

(HIT Lab NZ)

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Access Grid • Aotearoa New Zealandapplied researchaugmented realityChristchurchconceptualisationconvergencedevicediscoveryemerging technologiesenquiryexperimentationHCIHIT LabHIT Lab NZ • Human Interface Technology Laboratory • human-computer interactionICTinsight • interactive medical education • Mark Billinghurst • researchresearch centretechnologytheory buildingusabilityvisualisation

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
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