This is a simple Envisage Pro scene to get a feel of how easy it is to distribute AR scenes to customers.
This is a simple marker based scene that shows how simple it is to use Envisage and create augmented reality. Coming soon…
Jorge Martin-Gutierrez used BuildAR to create augmented reality content as supplement to a studybook. Work is based upon realization of an augmented book applied to teaching in Industrial Engineering.
The augmented reality scene created by Sebastian Kerner consists of 4 markers, which represent a Stirling engine in four states. Static, dynamic, a labelled version and one which explains how the engine works.
Marcos Gomez from Spain created this AR application with great examples of what can be done with BuildAR.
Envisage user videos
An augmented reality test made at home with only a webcam, notebook, Google Sketchup and BuildAR tool.
A pilot Augmented Reality application developed at the College of Justice and Safety at Eastern Kentucky University.
This video is developed for the Building Construction at Eastern Kentucky University to be able to graphically demonstrate the mechanisms and progression of a building collapse.
Enclosure fire dynamics model developed for Professor Gorbett at Eastern Kentucky University
A user’s test of using ENvisage and Sketchup to create an augmented reality scene
This example shows an ingenious way of using marker-based tracking with markers on all sides of a cube.