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Re: [AR Standards Discussion] The Augmented Web

From: Martin Adam <adam@mcrumbs.com>
Date: Fri, 18 May 2012 16:07:10 +0200
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Hello all,

I just wanted to tell you that I'm following your discussion and that I'm
really happy to see what's happening with "AR @ the web".
For me as a multiplatform content developer this technology will open new
possibilities to serve my clients and address the users.
My experience is, that a good AR use case has to run on as many platforms,
technologies and devices as possible to meet all needs.

With AR @ the web we will be able to open a much softer entry to Augmented
Reality to the big masses of people that haven't heard of AR. We don't even
have to tell people about AR, we just do it.

I'm really looking forward to use your different solutions and develop new
AR experiences.

Thank you!

Martin Adam
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2012/5/18 Martin Lechner <martin.lechner@wikitude.com>

>
>  Really, Martin? We've been talking about how the v2 of Argon is more
>> web-centric, with the architecture of Argon and Argon.js explicitly split
>> on the OGC phone calls with you and in other meetings, and Hafez talked
>> about it at ARE last week (i.e., Argon.js is the JS framework that runs on
>> any browser based on the capabilities of the browser, Argon is a AR-enabled
>> web browser that happens to provide extra functionality leveraged by
>> Argon.js). It's odd that you haven't noticed. ;)
>>
>
> :-) I know you've been working on that (and not just because Hafez and
> myself synced up before our ARE 2012 talks to talk about AR @ the web :-) ).
> Pardon me that I didn't list the institutions that I know are working on
> bringing AR to the web (and I know it's not only you, Rob and us ;-) ) - it
> was a response to Rob saying that we've been working on similar things, not
> a fully list of people working on it ;-) Just to get that right.
>
> Anyways, apart from that, fully agree, it's THE way to go forward for AR -
> it's about users not having to think about AR, it's about AR coming to the
> users when being used in webpages. After all, that's essentially what we're
> looking for, and what can make the transition of AR being just a technology
> (which it still is) to AR being used by the masses.
>
> Enjoy your plane ride, Blair ;-)
> Martin
>
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