Posts Tagged ‘augmented reality’

Arcane Technologies selected for next-gen Kinect developer program

Arcane Technologies is thrilled to announce that the Microsoft Kinect for Windows team selected Arcane for the new generation Kinect for Windows sensor developer program, including a pre-release version of the new sensor hardware and software development kit. Note that the soon to be available Kinect that comes packaged with every Xbox One on November […]

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Best Buy Interactive Photo Booth at Montreal Bell Center

Arcane Technologies has developped with its partner Piranha Agence Tactique an interactive application for Best Buy Canada. This “Interactive Photo Booth” allows the Centre Bell visitors to see themselves on a hockey card and wearing a hockey helmet and jersey. Participants can share the resulting picture on Facebook for their friends to see them as […]

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Kaleido-Solo Augmented Reality Experience

Arcane Technologies has been hired by Miranda Technologies inc. to create the “Kaleido-Solo Augmented Reality Experience”. This experience combines an augmented reality mode and a new interactive virtual reality mode for users who do not have a webcam. You can try this innovative way of presenting a product and its features! For more information Miranda: http://www.miranda.com/kaleido-soloAR/

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Technology for Fun! at Musée de la civilisation

The Musée de la civilisation de Québec’s springbreak week themed “FOLLEMENT TECHNO!” is coming up March 3rd through March 11th 2012, and for this event Arcane Technologies created an interactive experience in augmented reality inspired by the Chapeaux! exhibition. Arcane Technologies also collaborated to create Planète Pixels, an immersive and interactive experience using Google Earth. […]

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Mirage for Medical Applications

Arcane Technologies has sold a Mirage HR unit to the University of Tennessee’s Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Biomedical Engineering located in Knoxville, Tennessee, USA. The Mirage Augmented Reality System includes a video see-through HMD, the MirageBuilder software suite and the MirageAPI library programming interface. For more information www.engr.utk.edu/mabe

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Voilà Québec : AR applied to Tourism

Arcane Technologies has developped a web AR experience for the Voilà Québec touristic guide printed and distributed in more than 225,000 copies in Québec City. People go to the Voilà Québec website with their booklet in hand, and can see AR contents using their webcam. This contents, which is a part of Québec City’s history, […]

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