Mobile AR (iPhone) advertisement of the new Sparkly Brut drink by Sinebrychoff, pubished in November 2011 issue of the Elle Magazine. Print the pdf copy of the advertisement and install the "Spakly" application on your iPhone from the App Store. Keep the 3D bottle standing for 15 seconds and as reward get a mobile discount coupon for Sparkly. Share the coupon with friends and utilize it in the nearest bar/restaurant. Campaign ended on January 22, 2012.
Augmented jewel demonstration uses VTT's Flash Technology and ALVAR mobile library. This demo is a virtual mirror -type of application using a web cam. To test out the application, print the following marker and cut it as advised. Use some weak adhesive (e.g. blue tack) to place it on your neck. In the application this marker is replaced in the webcam video image with a virtual jewel. You can change the virtual jewel by clicking it with your mouse. Jewels used in the demonstration are borrowed from Helmihattu (www.helmihattu.fi). For the handmade pearl jewels no 3D models exist, therefore the jewels are presented here as 2D images. Application needs Adobe FlashPlayer and a webcam.
Dibidogs (Dibitassut) is a new animated television series for children, with a storyline inspired by the creativity of children. In Finland, where the show is currently broadcasting, characters from the series now continue their adventures in a vividly-illustrated book published by Kustannusosakeyhtiö Paasilinna. You can try the augmented reality software developed for the book with this demo version, using printed out cover page of the book. This demonstration version includes one out of six AR contents available in the full version. Minimal requirements for the PC systems are as follows:
- Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7
- OpenGL 2.0 compatible graphics card, 256 Mb on-board memory
- 50 MB free hard drive
- 1 GB RAM
- USB web camera (640 x 480 or above)
Technology Outlook 2020 book by DNV (Det Norske Veritas AS), augmented with VTT's Flash based technology. Print out the page here, launch the Flash application at www.dnv.com/2020, point the web camera to the page and you will see Elisabeth Harstad (Managing Director, Research & Innovation, DNV) come alive in 3D in front of your eyes.