The radio programme "The night of 2033" aired on 5 January 2013.
Matt Mills from the start-up company Aurasma presented their AR application at TED.
On The Wall Street Journal’s website the article “A Computer for Your Car’s Windshield” gives some insight into car manufacturers’ research on the practical application of AR.
A research project at Leiden University is been underway to produce glasses which will aid the hearing-impaired by displaying subtitles in real-time: SpraakZien (roughly translated as SeeingSpeech)
On December 3, 2012, Oytun Akman will give a short layman presentation at 09.30 hrs on his thesis 'Robust Augmented Reality'.
The second issue of AR[t] Magazine is now published online! AR[t] is an inspiring magazine series for the emerging AR community in- and outside the Netherlands.
Google’s is not the only software giant ready to jump on board of the AR glasses bandwagon.
On Thursday 15 November 2012, the AR Lab organised the first in a string of Pop-Up Galleries, which attracted a lot of interest, in close collaboration with the research department Innovative Visualisation Techniques and the Royal Academy of Art’s Studium Generale. For the first edition, students of the Graphic Design Department were asked to work on the concept of AR.
The AR Lab and the research department Innovative Visualisation Techniques of the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague will organise a series of Pop-Up Galleries and lectures together with the lecture programme Studium Generale, that investigate how Augmented Reality can be used by artists. The first Pop-Up Gallery will take place on Thursday 15 November 2012 and opens at 17:00 hrs in the rooms around the Auditorium of the Academy. Students of the Graphic Design Department will show their work and graphic designer Niels Schräder and AR-artist Sander Veenhof will give lectures.
The Augmented Reality smartphone app DanKam might be a useful tool for people who suffer from red-green colour blindness.