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[opensource] Fwd: Augmented Reality DevCamp?

Henrik Bennetsen bennetsen at
Thu Sep 3 16:07:59 PDT 2009

Anyone know anyone round here that works with AR?

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From: Mike Liebhold <mliebhold at>
Date: Thu, Sep 3, 2009 at 3:40 PM
Subject: Augmented Reality DevCamp?
To: Henrik Bennetsen <bennetsen at>

Hello Henrik,

It was fun/interesting chatting with you. Thanks for you offer to explore
possible venues at Stanford for a prospective AR ( Augmented Reality) dev

The goal is convene people over a long weekend from across domains to share
information  and  tools for  the emerging augmented reality web. Some of the
communities we'd like to include are:

Researchers, and academic designers
Metaverse/MMORPG developers
Geoweb/map hackers
AR startup developers from companies like Layar, MetaIO, Mobilzy
Google Android and Google Earth developers
iPhone/Cocoa developers
Flash Developers
Ajax/Javascript hackers
Media Designers....

Ideally we'll meet sometime the middle of October perhaps the weekend of
10/9 - 10/11. We already have one location available ( The Institute for the
Future in Palo Alto)that has a large meeting room and 7 breakout rooms -
that can support maximum 50 attendees. given the current excitement over AR
we expect that the IFTF facility will be inadequate. Ideally we expect
100-150 ( or more?) attendees.

 Please let me know if you'd like to chat about this! Thanks for your
interest and assistance!!

Best Regards,


*Michael Liebhold*
Senior Researcher
mobile 650 464 9911

*Institute for the Future*
124 University Ave.
Palo Alto, Ca. USA 94301

Henrik Bennetsen
Associate Director
Stanford Humanities Lab
Stanford University

Wallenberg Hall, 450 Serra Mall
Building 160, Stanford University
Stanford, CA 94305-2055, USA

bennetsen at
Cell: +1 415.418.4042
Fax: +1 650.725.0192
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