Category Archives: Augmented Reality

History Traveller – 3D Augmented Reality Tourist Guide

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This project was created as the Master Thesis of Simon Pfaab at Munich Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU) | Media Informatics Groups advised by Dr.-Ing. Wolfgang Höhl . Winter term 2015/2016.

Kindly supported by Matthias Greiner | Metaio GmbH. und Dr.-Ing. Marc Grellert | Technische Universität Darmstadt.

3D model data template of the former main synagogue: Technische Universität Darmstadt, Digital Design Unit

Watch our video on YouTube!
https://youtu.be/ai416fGUJOg

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Wolfgang Höhl (2009): Interactive Environments with Open-Source Software
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“Dice the Arena” . Interactive AR-Application using Junaio

Screenshot_2015-07-16-14-52-13 (1) Screenshot_2015-07-16-14-51-58 Screenshot_2015-07-16-14-51-09“Dice the Arena” .  Interactive AR-Application using Junaio by Mai-Anh Nguyen, Benjamin Eder, Christian Guerrero and Xaver Loeffelholz

“Dice: The Arena” is an Augmented Reality App using a Junaio channel supported by Metaio. Two players can throw virtual dice. The result is displayed with a short animation of two different goblins. They drop down to the dice and fight each other. The goblin with the higher number wins.

It is the first time that “Canon JS”, a physics engine for JavaScript was used in a Junaio channel to enable the realistic behaviour of the dice. An arena with a dusty ground represents the limits of the playing field. This image can be used as a trackable to crossfade the real and the virtual environment.

This project was created in the course of the university lecture “Practical Course 3D Modeling with Blender” directed by Dr.-Ing. Wolfgang Höhl at Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU) Munich | Media Informatics Groups . Winter term 2014/2015.

Kindly supported by Matthias Greiner and Nicolai Georg | Metaio GmbH.

“The Very Hungry Caterpillar” by Eric Carle . Junaio Interactive Augmented Reality Application

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Complementary Interactive AR-Application using Junaio by Marius Hoggenmüller, David Rasch and Simon Weiser.

This Augmented Reality Application 14341223824131434122504887complements the well known book by Eric Carle with interactive 3D content.

This project was created in the course of the university lecture “Practical Course 3D Modeling with Blender” directed by Dr.-Ing. Wolfgang Höhl at Ludwig-Maximilians-14341224293751434122474386Universität (LMU) Munich | Media Informatics Groups . Winter term 2014/2015.

Kindly supported by Matthias Greiner and Nicolai Georg | Metaio GmbH.

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Workshop | Medientage München . LandauerWalk – Production of an AR-Application

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How can AR-technology successfully be used for journalistic content? This question and many more will be answered by the members of the production team.

Wolfgang Höhl (2009): Interactive Environments with Open-Source Software

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Vanessa Oswald: Junaio – From rustical farmer fair to rollercoaster beer festival . The Oktoberfest 1910 – 2014

metaio-topVanessa Oswald: Junaio – From rustical farmer fair to rollercoaster beer festival . The Oktoberfest 1910 – 2014, in: Augmented Blog from 2014-10-02 by Metaio, the Augmented Reality Company, Munich.

Blogpost on the Augmented Reality students project by Jens Fakesch and Maximilian Hackenschmied, realized in the course of the lecture “Practical Course 3D Modeling” directed by Dr.-Ing. Wolfgang Höhl at Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU) | Media Informatics Group, Summer term 2014.

 

LandauerWalk . Augmented Reality App

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Experience the stations in life of former FC Bayern Munich president Kurt Landauer in Munich, using AR technology. Production of an Augmented Reality App on the life of Kurt Landauer in co-operation with Bayerischer Rundfunk and MMC 2.0.

This App was realized as a HTML5-Cross-Plattform based on Apache Cordova for Android and iOS, GPS tracked 360° 3D-Panorama using Open Graphics Library and Wikitude SDK.

Download Landauer Walk App using following QR Codes

Android (german) | iOS (german) | Android (english)

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Oktoberfest 1910 – Augmented Reality App | Junaio Channel

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Oktoberfest 1910 .  Junaio Augmented Reality Channel by Jens Fakesch and Maximilian Hackenschmied lets you experience the history of the world’s largest public festival. Through augmented reality you can examine realistic 3Dmodels projected to an historical map of the Oktoberfest 1910.

Interaction – Through augmented reality the smartphone is the window to the past. You can either use the table version to examine a miniaturized version of the Oktoberfest on your desk, or you can actually be at the Theresienwiese and explore the historical ‘Wiesn’ in real size. Additional information in audio, text and animation is provided just tap on a building you’re interested in!

Table Version – A miniaturized version of the Oktoberfest is projected on a historical map, which you can print out. You can move the map or yourself in order to explore historical Wiesn from different angles and perspectives.

Reallife Version (not yet implemented) – Stand at the foot of the famous Bavaria explore the historical Oktoberfest in it’s geographical context. Buildings are situated at their actual position from a hundred years ago!

Mindset – We want to provide an unique experience in letting the user have a look at the great tradition of world’s biggest public festival.

This project was realized with Junaio, an app provided by Metaio. Oktoberfest 1910 and has its own Junaio Channel. Content, style etc. are uploaded with the Metaio Creator as well as coded by hand. All 3D models are created with Blender. 2D graphics are created/modified with various graphicsprogrammes (e.g. GIMP, Photoshop, Lightroom). The product is developed and tested on Android.

This project was created in the course of the lecture “Praktical Course 3D Modeling with Blender” supervised by Dr.-Ing. Wolfgang Höhl at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München | Media Informatics Groups in co-operation with metaio GmbH., summer term 2014.

Please follow these operating instructions

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Site plan for printout

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