We need to get ambitious not about adding to reality, but about taking away that which is superfluous.
Academic meetings are changing, as groups such as “THATCamp” turn spectator events into participatory workshops.
We recognized a need for recommendations for training the next generation of AR researchers and developers, and decided to respond.
With this site I wanted to do something different
My address to the 2012 Faculty of Education Class
The 2011 Ontario College of Teachers Report and dismal job prospects
AR shouldn’t be lots of work for little reward. If AR is to grow, AR apps will have to be both captivating and easy to use
Stepping into my son’s Grade 7 history class
The Augmented Reality Event 2012 in Santa Clara
Stanley Fish feels left out