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10 months ago
As we're starting to rethink Rhizr in our current sprint in the dev team, one thing that came up was how Rhizr can help us map connections between ideas. As users reuse and remix Rhizrs, the branching structure can represent a cool map of interconnections between ideas.In that spirit we wondered if anyone had thought of mapping the vast web of wikipedia entries. This being the internet, of course someone has spent time to build what he called the WikiGalaxy, and it is very cool.http://wiki.polyfra.me
10 months ago
Continuing on the theme of new AR development, I watched the following video on new Google AR Core features at the 2018 Google I/O conference.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MeZcQguH124A fascinating new feature Google rolled out is Augmented Images. Developers can now tell their AR apps to recognize certain images and bring them to life. When a user holds up her camera to a recognized image, the image will pop out and display 3D features.A fascinating application mentioned i...
Apple released shared AR experiences a while back along with their ARKit2. Here's a video they released to demo the feature https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gZhQCVSvq5EIt's powerful. And it's supposed to work peer-to-peer meaning no need for a central server to organize the shared experiences.I think the feature can be a great way to demo and interact with some cool physics. Here's a website that lets you play around w...
This past Tuesday I had the opportunity to attend an event at the School of International Public Affairs titled Democratizing Education: The Future of Global EdTech. 5 entrepreneurs from across four continents gave their unique perspectives on challenges and opportunities in EdTech.Most of the companies at the ...
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