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BeetleCopter View of the Serengeti

By Edie Freedman
January 21, 2014

One of my earliest posts on this blog was about BeetleCam, a remote-controlled mobile camera built by Will and Matt Burrard-Lucas to get close up to all kinds of wildlife. Their goal was to shoot photographs without disturbing the animals …

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Creating ID Cards With Flex

By Jan Poehland
March 24, 2010

The following is a brief (slightly modified) article from our internal developer knowledge base written by one of my colleagues Nick Karnick. I thought this may benefit others so we decided to publish it here: In one of our recent...

OASIS CAM versus ISO Schematron - A new technique for Schematron: exemplars

By Rick Jelliffe
August 21, 2009

My normal initial reaction when reading the CAM spec is to huff and puff about borrowing ideas badly. No patterns! No phases! No diagnostics! No roles! No assertion text! And so on. But it is to compare apes and orangutans: the things I consider important are not the things CAM was developed for.

FLARVision: Augmented Reality and Papervision

By Jesse Freeman
May 1, 2009

The basic explanation of Augmented Reality is to superimpose graphics over real-world environments in realtime. In Flash, this is usually done with a webcam and a marker card. When you hold the card up to the webcam, Flash is able to detect the orientation of the marker and superimpose, in this case, a 3d model on top of it. This technology has been around for a while now and having access to it in Flash is really exciting. Although it is still in its infancy, over time the speed and power of AR will improve to hopefully play an important role in how we view the web. Now is a great time to get your feet wet in order to get a better understanding on how it works.


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