This miniature camera, currently being developed by a research group at IAMAS, Japan, allows you to frame scenes using your fingers - just as you would form a rectangle with your hands to help decide the composition of a particular shot.
It sounds like something from 80s cult classic Weird Science but next month Esquire readers and Barnes and Nobel customers will be able to ‘interact’ with a life size virtual supermodel. US lad’s mag Esquire will be giving its readers an “active and engaging experience” with its latest cover girl, Brooklyn Decker, through their iPhones. From February Barnes and Noble customers will be able interact and take pictures alongside Decker using a custom built Esquire iPhone app.
Shrouded in mystery and delayed because of the unseasonably cold weather, organisers of the Dublin based augmented reality game, Copān, have announced that the event will launch on Sunday December 12th.
Copān, the augmented reality game due to begin today, has been postponed due to the severe weather conditions being experienced in Dublin, and indeed across the country. Players that had signed-up for the game were notified this morning by email.
A short video guide on all you need to know about Copān - the augmented reality game that takes place across Dublin. The game can be played on your iPhone or Android device, with prizes for those who earn the most points.
More details have emerged today about the mysterious augmented reality game based in Dublin known as Copān. The game is part of an innovative marketing campaign surrounding the launch of the new Copān Bar venue in Rathmines, Dublin.