Mr. Planet v2.0

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Mr. Planet v2.0

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Hi all,
Mr.Planet is augmented reality software with a simple interface for users. The
user is able to link 3D models with his favourite CAD editor (AutoCad, 3D Studio
Max,…) with a great variety of Augmented Reality (AR) patterns. This tool allows
to modify the scale, to rotate the model and to translate it in relation to the
pattern with a simple menu of options. In addition, these models also can
contain animations that will be able to reproduce from the application.

You can download Mr.Planet v2 here! http://planet.urv.es/planetrv/

And I make this video today http://planet.urv.es/planetrv/media/mrplanet.wmv

Screenshots I a few days ;)

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Post by Paulov »

:shock: :shock: !!!

the video is amazing!!! congratulations!!!


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es impresionante!!

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wow! Great. thats some awesome job right there.

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Tested it myself and works! :D
awesome job!


any chance the source-code is gonna be released somewhere?
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raxo, FYI - it's a custom to include some inlined screenshots in the showcase forum. Just downloading now :)

EDIT: Holy crap, that's awesome!

EDIT EDIT: Sorry, only just noticed you mentioned screenshots! *hides*
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Holly shit! Its awesome! :D
Congratulations!
Hope you'll release the source!!

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Post by Fuinelen »

wow
I'm speechless .. great work!
(thoguh a word of warning to people who haven't seen the video yet : try to survive the first 3 or 4 minutes. The Wow part comes after that :)

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Impressive, this is... wow!

Muy buen trabajo, enhorabuena!
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Good god... the bottom of my jaw is bruised now...

Very. Very. Well. Done.
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24hours passed, I may now officially lift my jaw from the floor :lol:

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Post by SunSailor »

Damn, couldn't play it even on my computer at home - could you provide a youtube-preview or a google-video as well? I'm really curiouse for your screenshots, too!

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ScreenShots

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It's more beautiful in real-time, but as I promised I've uploaded some new screenshots

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Thank you for your support! ;)

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Ohhhh, awesome.

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Post by yuriythebest »

amazing, simply amazing- this is very inspiring.
Can this be used with a webcam?
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Post by SpannerMan »

No idea how you do it but it be very cool :D

I wonder...imagine the possibilities for new input controllers, and for whole new types of game play. Interesting, verrrry interesting.

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Video in YouTube

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Well, I can't put the video here.. But This is the link :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HzWP8bhViz4

Note: Code available soon! (BSD or GPL License, I don't know yet)
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Post by Kencho »

@raxo, have you thought about including some elements to the cards so they allow colour recognition and thus light parameters? That would be cool :)
And what about refraction shaders? :D
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Post by IFASS »

yuriythebest wrote:amazing, simply amazing- this is very inspiring.
Can this be used with a webcam?
Yes it can.. i have one.. not even a very good one (just some trust thingie) and it worked great.
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Re: Video in YouTube

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raxo wrote:
Note: Code available soon! (BSD License)
Awesome 8)
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Post by meialua »

O M F G

I watched the vid for a while, thinking, 'when is the cool stuff gonna happen?', THEN the cool stuff happened, and O MF G, was it cool.......

awsome :)

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Post by Timme »

Wow, great work! Interesting project.

I'm working with AR, too. ( http://www.ogre3d.org/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=16572 ) It's just a webcam plugin, but I'm working on a bigger project. Maybe you will see some screenshots in the end of this year.

How have you managed the capturing from the camera? Have you done it through the ARToolkit?

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Yes, we use Artoolkit for recognize image patterns, the architecture of this app support other libraries for positioning models (sensors for example), and in the future I think in implements a library similar to artoolkit (We found problems in this library)

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Post by bibiteinfo »

Oh WoW!!! This is really Awesome!! Really nice project!!

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Post by yuriythebest »

tomorrow I'l get em pattern things printed- I'l try placing shortcuts on my desktop- the one made of wood. That'l be new :)
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Post by crispi »

This project is amazing! I couldn't resist to play around with Mr.Planet all day long (although I was supposed to learn for my final exams :wink: ). I just had my lousy web-cam and a low-quality printout of your patterns. However, the pattern recognition worked quite well in most cases.

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