Augmented Reality Sandbox

Realtime Topographic Contour Line Generation

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-1 1. woschman commented 5 years ago

Would be more fun/interesting to watch if an adult showed and demonstrated it...
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+2 2. Pyranthos commented 5 years ago

Thats really cool. Added to the list of things I'm jealous of with this generation, lol.
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+4 3. Sizzlik (admin) commented 5 years ago

What i had in mind while watching the vid was the endless posibilitys to make interactive board games. Maybe someone remembers Warhammer 40k ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warhammer_40,000 )
You had to build your own tabletop map etc. With this you could have a foldable ping pong table, bag of sand and this software/camera/projector combination. Physically create your terrain, software will project the landscape. Now you got Whammer 40k with terraforming.
Or without sand on a blank board. Scan your figures (like a lego man) and with item recognition you can scan players and objects and create any boardgame that is..or invent new ones. Endless possibilitys for game designers.
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+2 4. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

This is sooo cool, it's really a teaching tool for kids to learn about the concept of topography, love this..disagree #1, I think it's better to have kids play with it, because they are spontaneous and creative....04:35 looked like Crater Lake, Oregon... <3 Really great video Kopi! :D
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+1 5. Sustagen commented 5 years ago

The hens hate sand. She feck it
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+1 6. rvanarsdale commented 5 years ago

The science center in St. Louis has free entry and has a box like this. SADLY, it's constantly ringed by children, so you can't try to make any actual continents. Their tiny hands are just too curious.