OARN 2012 – The Shape of AR to Come

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This past Friday marked the inaugural Ontario Augmented Reality Network (OARN) conference here in Toronto. Headed by Brock University-based Canada Research Chair Kevin Kee, OARN is dedicated to building bridges between university research initiatives, developers and cultural agencies in an effort to share knowledge, pool resources and promote business development within our fledgling local AR sector. To this end, Canada's "largest augmented reality conference" enlisted Bruce Sterling, Gene Becker and Helen Papagiannis to deliver feature presentations amongst a day-long program of panels and breakout sessions. CAN was on site and has prepared the following summary of the proceedings.

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