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nice work and thanks for sharing.that helps me a lot
Thanks for sharing this, I really appreciate it. Incredibly helpful.
Thanks for writing this, I found it very helpful. One suggestion, if you are releasing source code to the public then you should include a software license. Otherwise no one knows the legal ways they can use the code.
Thanks for sharing helpful information. By the way, I have ported your sample code to C# (MonoTouch). I have written a blog entry how to start augmented reality using MonoTouch. May I have your permission to publish it? http://blog.reinforce-lab.com/2010/02/monotouchaugmented-reality-how-to.html
Thank you for sharing. This example is invaluable for me.
Neat! Thanks for your work!! ^^
wow great work!
Great job, and thanks for your sharing code!!!
Thanks for your sharing code. and I have one Question.How convert image file to video file?Please Help me.my email address is firstname.lastname@example.org for reading.
Thanx a lot! I have been searching for this for ages! Nobody was able to tell me where to start with augmented reality and here it is all together with an example. Great job and thanx a lot once more!
I am so thankful! You are truly a role model for developers!
Wow, this is so cool, thanks for sharing! I have been studying computer imaging and did my thesis on augmented reality some years ago, and has also written a simple sudoku solver in php once upon a time. I got the idea to add those two together in an iPhone app, but after a little googling I can see that you've done this in a much more nice-looking way than I could ever do. Now I have to come up with something else :)
Very useful post!Very very useful post!So useful, I bought the app, even though I don't play Soduko anymore... :)
Love the sound track to the video, what's it from?
Thanks for your sharing ideas and codes!it's very impressive. ;)@skyfe79
I think the iphone grab function, it can be used for other tools.. not just Sudoku game
Thanks so much for open sourcing this code. I notice that edge detection doesn't seem to identify vertical edges as well as is does with horizontal lines (try augmenting a sheet of paper on a dark background). Why is that?
Wow, Thanks for sharingMy gratitude is beyond description.
i found that the sample code for augmented reality does not give so clear overlay image as the actual sudoku grab does or is shown in the video.Can any body provide some help regarding this.m doomed completely about how can i do that.
Hi! its very good. thanks for the nice coding. I studied your program several times but I actually donot understand. Its very difficult for me, I m new to AR. What should I do? I m so confused, how can I understand your coding? Is there any complete but simple AR program, just for tracking a marker so that I may understand and learn?Please help meThank You