Mark Skwarek, Semblance AR, NYU’s Mobile AR Lab and Namba Visionary are working together at the Fukushima disaster site to make people’s lives safer and to help restore the affected Fukushima land to its original state before the disaster. Mark is doing AR safety research with AR.
Sander Veenhof, a pioneer of the mobile augmented reality movement will be speaking with the lab about his Google Cardboard projects. From his cyborg dating to the work he did with Amsterdam’s public transit system.
Sander Veenhof becomes the Mobile AR Lab @ NYU’s 1st official RESEARCH PARTNER! [part of the BXMC]
Sander Veenhof is one of the most influential artists/researchers to have ever worked with augmented reality. Veenhof’s work has been written about in the New York Times, shown by MoMA and as an official entry into Venice Biennale. Among Veenhof’s achievements was the”#1 Designer in the Netherlands” award which he received in 2013 from the Netherland’s government.
Google’s Cardboard: the highly accessible OpenGL web environment to create the experiences!