Android Augmented Reality App For Organizing Books [Video]

Android Augmented Reality App For Organizing Books [Video]
Design

Researchers present experimental tool designed for item tracking and inventory management in libraries.

Emma Hutchings
  • 20 april 2011

The Miami University Augmented Reality Research Group (MU ARRG!) have developed an app for Android that uses the device’s camera to scan a bookshelf and with an augmented reality overlay, identifies books that are out of place. The BookTag AR app by undergraduate research assistant Matt Hodges, advised by Professor Bo Brinkman, is useful for shelf reading and book inventory.

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