The Interface Layer project passed several milestones in the last week. The Cross Origin Resource Sharing issue mentioned in last post has been resolved (SSL certificate). This might have been posted sooner, […]
Image by eltpics / (CC BY-NC 2.0) Assigned a lesson on the Internet, a student is often left on her own to surf the web. This is not all bad. […]
Who solves the challenge of interoperability when educators are given a particular set of tools with which to work? For example, one teacher imagines: “a tool that would auto math/convert/input grades from […]
Update: Music videos for primary learners completed, preview here I have recently learned about a small non-profit that is working to deliver ICT support to rural educators in Nepal. Nepali educators learning about the […]
Bruce Sterling in 2011. Wow. Bruce Sterling’s Layar-Sponsored AR Design Class – YouTube.
The “purchase” of an entire region will occur today. Ultimately, a virtual world exists as the particular electromagnetic configuration assigned to a few gadjillion magnetic grains arranged in the surface material coating a small space of a magnetic drive. Imagining what we might do next takes a lot of my magnetic grains, too.
And the 2013 tech field nominated as most likely to achieve light speed: Augmented Reality (AR).
Listening to tech-prophet Bruce Sterling’s recent rant my mind ran to virtual world design. There is no doubt. I am fully immersed, again.
Anyone familiar enough with virtual worlds knows how the interface and technology seem to augment reality.