UPDATE, June 2011: Layar is now a live service, you can read more about how to get it here: http://www.exeter.ac.uk/students/life/layar/ Back in May last year I wrote a short blog post titled Augmented Reality – The Sleeping Giant?. Back then we were just starting to get a feel for the ways in which augmented reality […]
This time last year I was nervously setting up a new desk in an unknown office, surrounded by people who I didn’t know, to start a new job with little idea exactly what I’d be doing – and so started the Web Innovation Project! At that point colleagues and I were still fine tuning exactly […]
Paul Thornton pointed out this interesting mash-up of Twitter and Google Maps – Geo Chirp. Thanks Paul. Could be a very handy tool at larger conferences that are using Twitter – which seems to be the most creative and interesting way of using this new app that I’ve found so far.
One of the things we’ll be looking at is how to enhance our Google Earth presence. This has obvious benefits in terms of internationalisation – after all, students will want to know where they’ll be studying – but what’s much more interesting is the ability to layer on this all sorts of other data, which […]