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It’s time to check your Augmented Reality (AR) skills!

Posted by on April 11, 2013

Please give us a hand by testing our new Layar augmented reality ad for UWinnipeg PACE on your iPhone/iPad or Android phone.

Using the free AR Layar app, scan the ad image and try out the augmented reality data.

You can visit their websites, facebook, twitter, load and scan for Winnipeg Transit bus stops near you (only available to people in the Winnipeg area), and a few other things.

We are looking for feedback: questions, comments, technical support… put it all in the facebook comments!

We want to get as many people testing this as possible. This will be use in Winnipeg Transit buses starting this month.

Please visit http://www.facebook.com/Lanoie.com to get the details.

Thanks in advance for your testing and help sharing with others :)

Gordon Lanoie (18 Posts)

With a background in Computer Engineering Technology from Red River Community College, Gordon has been active on the digital scene since the mid-1990s. He currently works with all Lanoie clients to determine their needs and to develop affordable, effective online strategies for their businesses and organizations. With a background in teaching internet technology in the late 1990s at Winnipeg Technical College (formerly South Winnipeg Technical Center) and soon after at UWinnipeg PACE (formerly the Division of Continuing Education), Gordon has a broad background with the needs of students as well as administration in the education industry.


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About Gordon Lanoie

With a background in Computer Engineering Technology from Red River Community College, Gordon has been active on the digital scene since the mid-1990s. He currently works with all Lanoie clients to determine their needs and to develop affordable, effective online strategies for their businesses and organizations. With a background in teaching internet technology in the late 1990s at Winnipeg Technical College (formerly South Winnipeg Technical Center) and soon after at UWinnipeg PACE (formerly the Division of Continuing Education), Gordon has a broad background with the needs of students as well as administration in the education industry.

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