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PennApps Spring 2013


in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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EyePhone

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EyePhone is an android application that allows the user to tag various objects/devices and interact with them through the phone camera. Any tagged device can be "tapped" on, which causes that object to perform an action in real time, in addition to supporting swiping gestures. Examples include pointing the phone at a lamp and "tapping" on it to turn it on, or looking at another phone and tapping it to give it a call, or swiping on a computer screen to make it change desktops. Our versatile framework allows a variety of devices to be tagged and connected to our augmented reality control system.



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