AR experience

The following Augmented Reality experience were presented in the Sustainable Impact Hub, during the WEF 2018, in Davos.

Enter the room, by ICRC

Enter the room of a child during a war.

More information here.

SDG's AR, by GHL

An AR app, to promote the SDG goals.

See here.

SheltAR, by GHL

Efficient, safe and forward looking planning of shelter camps in humanitarian disaster or development situations is challenging due to multiple factors which need to be considered. The Global Humanitarian Lab (GHL) SheltAR allows to scan a potential Fab Lab space with a mobile phone in order to place with Augmented Reality (AR) typical Fab Lab furniture and equipment live in the camera picture. For further planning the result can be transformed into 2D floorplans, AR photos, 3D models or Mixed Reality (MR) experiences. It allows for a more intuitive, iterative and efficient way of planning Fab Lab in time critical situations.

FabLabAR, by GHL

Planning of a humanitarian Fab Lab in a humanitarian emergency, disaster or development context can be challenging. The Global Humanitarian Lab (GHL) FabLaBAR allows to scan a potential Fab Lab space with the mobile phone in order to place with Augmented Reality (AR) typical Fab Lab furniture and equipment live in the camera picture. For further planning the result can be transformed into 2D floorplans, AR photos, 3D models or Mixed Reality (MR) experiences. It allows for a more intuitive, iterative and efficient way of planning Fab Lab in time critical situations.

KE-AR, by GHL

The management of knowledge is challenging inside entities and becomes even more difficult between multi-stakeholeder consortia. While push data models are highly cost and maintenance intense, new technologies allow to implement pull based models that minimise data exchange, data protection, trust issues as well as upfront data preparation. Knowledge Exchange (KE) aims to use state of the art data federation as well as aspects of homomorphic encryption data models in order to allow knowledge exchange without the need of proprietary data exchange. A first AR visualisation of the data was presented.