Browsing All posts tagged under »Augmented Reality«

Back to college… at 50?

December 5, 2015 by


As I mentioned earlier this fall, back in September I enrolled in a college course to test the waters to see if the time (mostly, if I had the time) was right to take the plunge back into academia. Though I only made my way through one course (finishing up this week), I did find […]

The future of Civil War history… yet another angle

April 24, 2013 by


Harry’s doing some interesting stuff over in his blog. If you haven’t seen it already, there are two polls… here, and here. Chime-in if you haven’t already done so. Now, that said… I’ve had something on my mind for several weeks. I keep meaning to write something about it, but I’m not quite sure how […]

Another taste of Augmented reality

February 26, 2009 by


Once you get to frame 1:30, the potential starts to become obvious… Think in terms of standing in the middle of Camp Sumter (Andersonville, Ga.) or Point Lookout, Maryland…

Augmented reality and “experiential history”

February 24, 2009 by


Ever in search of the optimal historical experience, I ran across the following video in YouTube. I can’t help but think of the implications augmented history will have in the years to come in both the field, among tourists, and in the classroom. The video shows that we are still in the early stages of […]

The potential of Augmented Reality (AR) in historic tours

September 2, 2008 by


As one who has a passion for enhanced historic experiences, I can say only one thing about this… it’s just way too cool!