Now we have watched our viewers watching us we can take the next step and create entertaining augmented reality applications. These applications can be triggered by optical connections, hand held screen display patterns, coupons, badges and the like. An example of a optical recognition is illustrated in 121Views Grocho Marks head set. See it applied to yourself by clicking here. It is necessarily to have a camera connected to your system to see this function. You will also be instructed to allow adobe flash player settings, click allow to see the interaction.
Check out our featured article that was published in The Straits Times on the 24th of June 2011. An ad that emphasizes on Smart Screens.
“GUYS, the next time you steal a glance at a lingerie advertisement, someone may be watching. The invisible eye is a digital camera mounted behind high-tech multimedia billboards, which will soon be rolled out here. Coupled with an audience measurement software embedded in these “smart” screens, advertisers can capture within a few seconds the viewer’s gender, age, ethnicity and how long he looks at the screen.”