Video: Augmented Reality Panel at Virtual World Conference And Expo 2008

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Augmented Reality Panel at Virtual World Conference And Expo 2008



The Augmented Reality Panel at the Virtual World Conference And Expo 2008 in Los Angeles in September 2008. Augmented Reality: Virtual Interfaces to Tangible Spaces Augmented reality is an emerging platform with new application areas for museums, edutainment, home entertainment, research, and industry. Novel approaches have taken augmented reality beyond traditional eye-worn or hand-held displays, creating links between the real and virtual worlds. - Marc Goodman, Director, Alcatel-Lucent - Eric Rice, Producer, Slackstreet Studios - Blair MacIntyre, Associate Professor, School of Interactive Computing, Director, GVU Center Augmented Environments Lab, Georgia Institute of Technology - David Orban, Founder & Chief Evangelist, WideTag, Inc. - Andrew (Roo) Reynolds, Portfolio Executive for Social Media, BBC Vision (moderator)

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