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Augmented Reality Sandbox.'   This was a project created by UC Davis Department of Technology in conjunction with Microsoft Kinect. Users were able to manipulate the sand to alter the real-time interactive augmented map. The aim was to physically create topographic models and snapshot the creations with a computer for future science museums.

Augmented Reality Sandbox, A Map That Uses a Microsoft Kinect to Let Users Shape Its Topography

Using augmented reality to teach landforms...SO COOL!

This Augmented Reality Sandbox is a Total Trip

▶ Augmented Reality Sandbox with Real-Time Water Flow Simulation - YouTube

Augmented Reality Sandbox with Real-Time Water Flow Simulation - Video of a sandbox equipped with a Kinect camera and a projector to project a real-time colored topographic map with contour lines onto the sand surface.

The Simple Idea behind This Mind-Blowing 3D Interactive Sandbox all it takes is a digital projector, a Microsoft Kinect, a sandbox, and some sand… Then download the software and instructions from UC Davis.

The Simple yet Educational Idea behind this Amazing Visual Performance of Interactive Sandbox

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Infographic Of The Day: Facebook Networks Become A Living Light Show

ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center - “Shaping Watersheds Interactive Sandbox” - augmented reality sandbox interactive. Participants run their hands through real sand, forming mountains, lakes and rivers, while a 3-D camera and digital projector allow users to create virtual topography in real time, make it “rain” and watch where the water flows. Shows in living color how water moves and interacts with the landscape to create watersheds.

ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center - “Shaping Watersheds Interactive Sandbox”…

Nexus Interactive Arts has created the Invisible Museum for Qualcomm at CES in Las Vegas, featuring a series of exhibits that come to life using Augmented Reality (AR) technologies. 

Nexus Interactive Arts has created the Invisible Museum for Qualcomm at CES in Las Vegas, featuring a series of exhibits that come to life using Augmented Reality (AR) technologies.

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