Carnegie Mellon introduces a new element to AR’s taxonomy

Another way to see thigs that aren’t there If you have a standard-size lamp you can experience augmented reality without any head gear—this is a new category, kinda. The Future Interfaces Group at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, have introduced what they are calling Desktopography. A projection and sensing system that allows the user to interact with virtual components on ...

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