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31Mar/110

Realtà aumentata: cos’è e come funziona, le ultime applicazioni



Foto Realt aumentata come funziona

La realtà aumentata è una delle più fulgide innovazioni tecnologiche degli ultimi anni, una funzionalità che ha impreziosito e aumentato le performance degli smartphone moderni come iPhone, gli Android, ma anche le ultime console come Nintendo 3DS. Cos’è? E’ uno strato arricchito che si sovrappone sullo schermo touchscren a ciò che l’obiettivo della fotocamera sta inquadrando, con il GPS si geolocalizza (con la bussola si orienta) e con la connettività cellulare riceve tutti i dati e le informazioni da visualizzare. E’ un “tuttologo” pronto all’uso, vediamo le ultime applicazioni che lo supportano.

Una delle prime applicazioni mobile dedicate alla realtà aumentata è stata Nokia Point and Find che appunto permetteva di inquadrare monumenti, città, locali, locandine di film e così via per ottenere informazioni dettagliate. Con il fiorire di iPhone e Android sono arrivate però diverse apps di grande qualità, eccole in un approfondimento.
 
Negli ultimi tempi abbiamo visto diverse nuove apps di grande interesse, una è ad esempio dedicata alla nuova console tridimensionale Nintendo 3DS e permette di inquadrare un tag e mostrare sullo schermo così un contenuto che esce letteralmente dal piatto (vedi fine del video qui sotto).

 
Abbiamo anche incontrato i contenuti preparati da ATM – l’azienda dei trasporti di Milano – con l’app iATM per iPhone/iPad e il corrispettivo ATM Mobile per smartphone con sistema operativo Android, BlackBerry, Nokia Symbian e Windows 6.x e 7 che mostra sul display la fermata più vicina di metro/bus/tram semplicemente inquadrando il territorio col cellulare connesso. In futuro la realtà aumentata potrà essere implementata addirittura in speciali lenti 3D.

Article source: http://www.tecnocino.it/articolo/realta-aumentata-cos-e-e-come-funziona-le-ultime-applicazioni/28207/

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31Mar/110

Fox asks Time Warner to stop streaming its channels to customers iPads

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Article source: http://www.engadget.com/2011/03/30/fox-asks-time-warner-to-stop-streaming-its-channels-to-customers/

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31Mar/110

Kinect dives into anime cyberspace, dares you to catch cute robot tanks (video)

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31Mar/110

Android PlayStation emulator PSX4Droid pulled from Market, fingers pointing at Xperia Play (updated)

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31Mar/110

MakerBot’s Interface Board Kit does PC-less 3D printing, turns your superhero fantasies into reality

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31Mar/110

Fruity nanofibers could make for super-strong plastics, banana-flavored body panels

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31Mar/110

Amazon negotiating for Cloud Player music licensing deals after all?

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31Mar/110

Evigroup debuts Windows-based SmartPaddle tablet


It hasn't been all that long since France's Evigroup upgraded its "Paddle" tablet the Paddle Pro, but it's now already back with another model: the SmartPaddle. This one packs the same Atom N450 processor as before, along with an 11.6-inch capacitive screen, 2GB of RAM, a 64GB SSD, WiFI and 3G connectivity, and Windows 7 for an OS -- plus a Microsoft Arc keyboard, apparently. You'll also get the same head-tracking capabilities seen on the Paddle Pro, as well as a new 3D interface for Windows dubbed "Scale," which promises to make things a bit more tablet-friendly. Head on past the break for a video, and look for the tablet itself to set you back a hefty €1,290 (or about $1,820).

[Thanks, WMax]

Article source: http://www.engadget.com/2011/03/30/evigroup-debuts-windows-based-smartpaddle-tablet/

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31Mar/110

Samsung mass producing 22-inch transparent LCD, your desktop monitor seethes with jealousy

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31Mar/110

Carbon nanotubes used to more easily detect cancer cells, HIV

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