Print and publishing and the future of Augmented Reality

@article{Perey2011PrintAP,
  title={Print and publishing and the future of Augmented Reality},
  author={Christine Perey},
  journal={Inf. Serv. Use},
  year={2011},
  volume={31},
  pages={31-38}
}
  • C. Perey
  • Published 2011
  • Computer Science
  • Inf. Serv. Use
For Augmented Reality to reach beyond novelty (the simple “wow” factor) and become utilitarian and enjoyable regardless of where the user works or plays, there will need to be: • a nearly infinite amount of content, just as there is today on other digital platforms (e.g., the Web), • an easy system for the owners of content to build or find complementary digital data and have their content be viewed and associated with additional digital information in AR-assisted applications, and • many… 

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