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  1. onedegreenorth
    February 14, 2007

    zyquck, thanks for presenting your work at Rojak#7 Penthouse One Pearlbank.

  2. DrFong
    March 3, 2007

    towards the end reality decays into a horrible nightmare world!

  3. István Deák
    May 4, 2007

    this technic will change the world…

  4. loirini
    May 7, 2007

    good work!

  5. unwrapping by mimi koteng
    May 16, 2007


  6. prgwbtd
    July 10, 2007

    Nice use of Star Trek sound effects. That's all I've got to say.

  7. Matthew Baran
    July 12, 2007

    that is possibly the most pointless, ill-concieved, and implausible video I have ever seen on youtube. Good job. (I hate the fact that I cannot express my sincerity in that last sentence)

  8. JukePlz X
    August 31, 2007

    Seems much more like a fake than a real augmented reality video…

  9. defdac
    September 14, 2007

    For it to be augmented reality every person must see the same augmented reality. So the actors fooling around in the cameras view can't see what the camera man is seeing – making it rather pointless.
    People walking around in an augmented reality museum/world they can't see and touching stuff? Bizarre..

  10. Gareth Dowling
    September 27, 2007

    SUNNYSUNJU – What did you think of the top-side netting technique?

  11. Macro Machines
    October 9, 2007

    this seems fake, is this real augmented reality or just a "hypothetical"

  12. zyquck
    October 24, 2007

    geez… didn't know there were so many comments.
    1) This IS fake AR. Unfortunately AR technology is still not perfected enough, with many occlusion problems. But it is going to be a revolutionary technology. I'm only an architect, not a AR IT expert. What I tried doing here is to show the spatial potential of this life changing technology, which the real people researching it don't seem to do a good job in marketing.

  13. zyquck
    October 24, 2007

    2) Quant à la technique, j'ai utilisé Cinema4D pour l'animation, After Effects pour les superpositions et les personnages filmés sur fond bleu, et bien sûr Premiere pour le montage.

  14. blahdob
    February 18, 2008

    yes friendly peoples comment, i think this IS fake.

  15. Tearmorph
    February 26, 2008

    Great example of augmentet reality. The sound effects were a bit silly though.

  16. Ethan
    March 4, 2008

    Is it just me or was that kinda Creeeeeepy at the end?

  17. auronx223
    March 28, 2008

    if u went on the streets like that people will think ur drunk walking side to side and jumping lol

  18. zyquck
    June 13, 2008

    Thanks for the comments.

    1. After the opening Mario game, he actually switched channels many times. This hypothetical AR scenario proposes a system that allows many channels of AR environment, which takes the whole idea of space sharing up another level.

    2. Yes there's overdoes of that

  19. Emperor Napoleon
    June 23, 2008

    Do you have to know how to draw precisely or is it all autocads these days?

  20. Braedee How
    August 10, 2008


    You still have to draw precisely, large emphasis on it still. if you cant do the basics then theres no point.

  21. rookirab
    October 17, 2008

    This is architecture with LSD

  22. Nicholas Li
    November 15, 2008

    lol, hey quckosaurus, i discovered your videos. PHWOAR.

  23. tMusic
    February 19, 2009


  24. ryanc519
    March 1, 2009

    augmented architecture my ass! it's MARIO!

  25. aioo86
    July 13, 2009


  26. AllAroundArtsy
    December 5, 2009

    Very cool. 😉

  27. desadiste
    February 20, 2010

    Can't wait until the day when architecture schools start teaching architecture again and forgo the bullshit.

  28. Sharpnova
    July 17, 2010

    cool. computer graphics to put some animations in a video. that's never been done before..

  29. cappiman
    October 16, 2010

    hmm running through the streets and jumping to mario music? Yeah that sounds like fun!

  30. Joe Nickence
    November 1, 2010

    As a demo, this is first rate! As a practical application, I don't think playing Mario in narrow streets like this will be popular with the general public. You also show AR gaming in a public park, which is where almost all gaming takes place in physical reality, anyway. The colored lifeforms were just a bit creepy, but if you can see them, you can filter them out, so that really is a personal issue. I did like the building dedicated for AR or VR as well.Thats a potential money maker.

  31. agentEE7
    September 2, 2011

    it was believable up to the part where those weird creatures showed up

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