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Duane B.


Seattle, WA

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June 6, 2010


I just got my first Android phone to further explore AR. I am interested in infosec implications of AR. I develop in Lisp and Python. Two great fictional books heavy on AR: Daemon (TM)­ Freedom­

What Duane B. is saying about this Meetup Group

Love it. I'm looking forward to the numbers swelling a bit, but the eight others who were there were wonderful. We had a great presentation and an wonderful set of discussions afterward. I was interested to find that only two of the nine had iPhones (3GSes, I think) and I saw one BB, and one feature phone. I think everyone else carried Android handsets. I don't think any of us thinks handset-based AR is "the next next big thing," but it is certainly a moderately big thing already in my opinion. None of the apps I've tried are that compelling yet, but some better hardware (i.e. more reliable magnetometers) and better location services (i.e. GPS coupled with cell tower and AP triangulation) will come as soon as demand is seen.

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