[MLB-WIRELESS] Layar - Viewing nodes with Augmented Reality (AR)
daniel.carosone at gmail.com
Sat Feb 23 19:17:19 EST 2013
This sounds awesome.
Will I be able to edit stuff on the website, or have my membership show up
as paid, anytime soon?
On 23/02/2013 12:24 PM, "Tyson Clugg" <tyson at melbournewireless.org.au>
> Hi everyone,
> I've integrated the node data from our website into a service called
> Layer uses the sensors in Android or iOS devices to put Melbourne Wireless
> nodes (and other things such as nearby public toilets, Wikipedia articles,
> etc) over the view seen by the devices camera onto the screen.
> You can download the Layar app by scanning the QR code at the end of this
> email, or by visiting http://www.layar.com/download or searching for
> "Layar" in the App store or Google Play.
> Once installed, you can click the placemark icon at the top left of screen
> to select geo layers, and then search for "melbourne wireless". After
> selecting which nodes you wish to see (operational/testing/building/etc,
> maximum age) you will be presented with the view from your camera with
> nodes information overlayed in the appropriate place on screen.
> You can tap on a node to bring up a list of actions which are currently:
> - Viewing the node in the maps section of our website
> - Viewing the node's wiki page
> - Showing the node on a map
> If you have any suggestions or issues, let the coders team know via email
> to coders at melbournewireless.org.au and we'll try to sort it out.
> Melbourne Wireless coders team.
> PS: Here's the QR code I promised, it points to
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