A Modular VR / AR Protoboard Optimized for 3D Printing. A DIY HMD platform designed to support alternate use scenarios through limitless VR & AR hardware configurations.Updates and resources here:http://diyhmd.comSome key features / objectives:Universal Screen Mount (Mobile Devices & LCD) Modular Lense Compartment (Oculus, Cardboard, Wearality, etc.) Swappable surfaces (Lego Compatible, Breadboard, Blank, etc.) AR Configurations (Pepper’s Ghost Attachment, Mobile & IR Passthrough) Chin / Head Mounts (IR Sensors, 360 Camera Arrays, Computer Vision / Environment Mapping, etc.)This is V4 of the full HMD configuration. There is also a smaller standard configuration.V5 is currently in progress, with support for more hardware configurations, new features, accessories & optimizations.If you would like to contribute to this Open Source project, download the project files (IPT), or receive info & updates, visithttp://diyhmd.com
Design: 1 Pixel StudioMy early attempts at interactive 3d presentations. You can read more here:href="http://onepixelstudio.blogspot.com/2013/01/blog-post.html"http://onepixelstudio.blogspot.com'>target="_blank">http://onepixelstudio.blogspot.com/
This models and animation was made for the game “Chiken Norris, O Frango Atirador”. a Augmented Reality Game puzzle game. hey, download and play! :) Thankshttps://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.CarrancaGames.ChikenNorrisFull&hl=pt_BR
Trying other techniques for a more streamlined workflow.More about this project here:href="http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.264087087004896.65094.125368880876718&type=3"https://www.facebook.com'>target="_blank">https://www.facebook.com/onepxstudio/
The Augmented World Expo’s Auggie Awards celebrate excellence in augmented reality. Every year, the best of the best in the Augmented World compete for a one-of-a-kind Auggie Trophy and sponsored prizes in numerous categories both hardware and software. Project objective: Based on the original design by artist Sigal Arad Inbar, produce a 3D model of the trophy for 3D printing. Since Sigal was creating ten trophies by hand, 3D printing was an ideal solution to easily replicate them. Industrial Designer, Kreg Jones, was responsible for 3D printing the model as well as the process of molding and casting. Sigal applied the final touches. For more information, visitwww.yetzerstudio.com/auggieand visit the conference website,http://www.augmentedworldexpo.com.