Find here two screencasts showing the most recent developments (not yet released).
View of an android tablet with a walking avatar: http://goo.gl/SLp2e
Presentations and demos by the Hybrid Earth team at Orange Labs
Joaquin Keller, Researcher
wetware/hardware/software: mixing biological and digital realities
Today’s reality is perceived/computed jointly by mind and machines…
Raluca Diaconu, PhD student, LIP6
Kiwano: scalability for hybrid worlds or how to fit millions of participants in a common virtual space
Bonus: an open steaming api to connect to kiwano
Jean de Campredon, Elodie Triponez, M2 students, at Télécom Paristech and EPFL (resp.)
A first demo of Hybrid Earth, bring your laptops and android devices to join us.
Hybrid Earth is a scenario based on the idea that, in a near future, smartphones will be augmented reality goggles with embedded cameras (à la google glass devices). These many geolocated cameras and other sensors help in building a mirror world (think streetview), a realtime copy of our physical world accessible through the web.
The mirror world is populated with data, avatars and bots that are visible through the augmented reality goggles. A world this size –as big as the real world and the web combined– can only be built with the contribution of everyone on top of an open and scalable infrastructure.