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What is real? What is virtual? What is augmented? What if none of that mattered but only how you could merge all those for your need?
Thanks to a previous impromptu collaboration Philippe and Fabien collaboration on bringing real things via the standard interfaces and open source software straight to the virtual and augmented world. Also relying on Web standards sensors and actuators were brought just weeks ago straight to virtual reality but also state of the art augmented reality https://fabien.benetou.fr/Events/WoTWebXRGulliverFebruary2019.
Following this adventure they'll explore how you can bring real world data to a reality that is finally augmented yet entirely customized to your own needs!
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Merging Realities : Using the Web to Bring the Internet of Things to High End Augmented Reality
Philippe Coval is a FLOSS enthusiast and GNU/Linux user since mid 1990s, since he contributed to various communities such as Debian, Openmoko, Maemo, Meego, Qt, Tizen, IoTivity, Mozilla...
Fabien is a professional prototyper. It means he writes the shittiest code you have seen on a machine that is half working and he gets paid for it! He makes proof of concepts that showcase how emerging technologies could be used. Sometimes it works but often it fails.