Augmented Reality Experiences

GVU Center, Institute for People and Technology.

Augmented Reality Experiences


Enable the creation of augmented-reality applications and experiences using a wide range of delivery platforms and AR technologies. Current projects use Argon, an augmented reality software suite developed at Georgia Tech that is both a Javascript/HTML5 framework and a set of browsers and tools.

Issues Involved or Addressed

What are the user-interface, architectural and software abstractions for cross-platform and multi-application augmented reality. How can multiple AR applications share one display effectively? What user interfaces can we use for AR applications on different platforms (from tablets to head-worn displays)? How can we support a diverse set of AR applications, from games to industrial applications to education and cultural heritage?

Methods and Technologies

  • Web technologies
  • Computer Vision and 3D Sensing
  • Client and Server-Side Programming
  • Responsive Web Applications
  • Games
  • Cultural Heritage Apps
  • User Interface Tools
  • 3D Graphics
  • Head-Worn Displays
  • Projection Displays

Academic Majors of Interest

  • Computer Engineering
  • Computer Science
  • Computational Media
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Business Administration
  • International Affairs
  • Industrial Design
  • Architecture

Preferred Interests and Preparation

Meeting Schedule & Location






TSRB 233

Team Advisors

Blair MacIntyre
Maribeth Gandy


GVU Center, Institute for People and Technology.