in the Augmented Environments Lab at the Georgia Tech GVU Center
The Augmented Reality Game Studio is a collaborative environment bringing together students and faculty from the Augmented Environments Lab at the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech), the Atlanta campus of the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD-Atlanta) and the Berklee College of Music, to explore the potential of AR for creating new kinds of mobile gaming and interactive media experiences.
Most recent update: NerdHerder is released for both iOS and Android device. People can download and play NerdHerder on their fast smart phones and tablets (including iPhone 4s, iPad 2, new iPad, and fast Android devices). App Store link: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/nerdherder/id524351089; Google Play link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=edu.gatech.NerdHerder; You also need to print out a game board to play the [...]
Tower Destroyer is an augmented reality physics puzzle game. For each level, the player has from 1 to 4 cannons, which they can position around the game space (controlling their position and firing direction) using physical markers. The angle of the shot is controlled via the game pad. Each level has different puzzles requiring shots [...]
Volcano Fever is a handheld augmented reality game designed to teach proper condom use in a playful way. The game was inspired by a desire to leverage vision-based AR to create an fun game that uses the condom package itself as the physical prop to which the game is attached. Over the course of the [...]