Augmented Reality on the Web in ten lines of HTML
Language
English
Level
Beginner
Length
35 minutes
Type
online conference
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Languages • November 2020
Augmented Reality on the Web in ten lines of HTML
Augmented Reality on the Web will be a great thing, but it just feels not ready yet. The principal tech companies are pushing hard for new standards and libraries, but the current Web AR state of the art is still experimental, and most of all, is not cross-browser. But on the Open Source ecosystem, thanks to the community, things are a bit different. There are projects that let you create Augmented Reality apps in ten lines of HTML(!). In this talk I will guide you on the discovery of free AR libraries to start develop Web AR applications on your own.
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Nicolò Carpignoli
Web XR DeveloperChialab
Nicolò Carpignoli is a Web XR Developer at Chialab (Bologna, Italy) and an Invited Expert at W3C. From 2018 he is the maintainer of the most used Web AR project in Open Source, AR.js. He is also the author of Geo AR.js, the first Location-Based Web AR library, written in Javascript. He is an AR consultant, teacher and researcher. On 2019, along with a team of Open Source developers, he built the first Image-tracking system for Web AR. On 2020 he becomes part of the W3C working on Accessibility for emerging technologies. He is going to start a PhD about Accessibility in XR at IUAV University.
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Language
English
Level
Beginner
Length
35 minutes
Type
online conference
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