It seems that renewable energy folks love augmented reality: the first AR ad that went mainstream was probably GE’s Smart Grid and recently, as I anticipated in my last post, the guys from SolarExpo, an italian Conference on green energy, asked me to create an augmented reality map for their expo area.
If you want to know more details about the project or want to download the software and its source code (it’s released opensource), just go here; in the scope of this post, I can say it’s been an interesting experience for a lot of reasons:
- I had the opportunity to team up with the awesome artists @ Bonsai Ninja and Roberto from SSg who did a great job handling the relationships with the client, leaving me free to concentrate on the code
- I was able to release everything opensource
- working for a greener world gives you good karma points 🙂