This is fabulous… BART using Augmented Reality via the Junaio platform to help riders grab the information they need… awesome!! Junaio’s free app let’s users see digital content such as text or graphics overlaid on real objects on their mobile phone.
Archives for March 11, 2010
A classic presentation by Nick Armstrong at a recently held Ignite event, part of the Global Ignite Week series (#GIW). Nick gives some advice and his candid look at marketing… if anything else, he rocks the stage in a Snuggie! enjoy
Here’s details of an interesting event taking place o the Front Range, ideally suited for those that are unemployed, under-employed, or perhaps simply thinking about making a change. LaidOffCamp is an “unconference” around employment issues. At an unconference, there are no set speakers; anyone in attendance is an expert in their given field or passions, so they are free to share those by leading a session, organizing a group, asking a timely question, or participating in whatever way they feel best. The “Camp” being held March 29th from 1-6PM at the Larimer County Workforce Center – see more at http://laidoffcamp5.eventbrite.com/
Like free stuff? IF so then take note that the latest release of ESRI ArcGIS Explorer is now available. Sporting loads of new functionality, users will really appreciate the addition of a new Analysis Gallery that allows users to directly connect to and use geoprocessing services. To use advanced analytic tools, users can click the tool in the new gallery. Additionally, the Basemap Gallery has been updated to offer new ArcGIS Online imagery as well as topographic and street maps. Also, Bing Maps services (Aerials, Hybrid, and Roads) are built right into ArcGIS Explorer and are ready to use with no registration required. Nice!Download ARcGIS Explorer from http://www.esri.com/arcgisexplorer or see more details here