Final Projects From Bruce Sterling’s AR Design Class Cont’d: Harvest
Throughout the summer, we’ve covered some of the highlights of Bruce Sterling’s Layar-sponsored AR design class at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California.
As all good things must come to an end, so has this class, but not without some impressive final student projects! Over the next couple of weeks, we’ll be sharing videos of these projects as well as footage from the class presentations with Layar strategist Gene Becker making a guest appearance to offer comments and feedback. You can read all our posts related to the Design Class here.
This next project video is from students Daniel Young, Eugene Seo, Simon Tien and Trevor Freel. Harvest is a concept for a standalone app that uses augmented reality to display custom information for people with allergies and special diets; it is targeted at those with dietary restrictions due to health, ethical or religious reasons.
The team also started building a Harvest layer (still in testing) to locate nearby health food stores that cater to these types of dietary restrictions.
Check out the Harvest team’s impressive video (we’re suckers for motion graphics) for their awesome concept!
Harvest — Safe Food Discovery from Eugene Art Seo on Vimeo.
Harvest is an app that uses augmented reality to display custom information for people with allergies and special diets. This concept and prototype design aims to help millions with dietary restrictions due to health, ethical, or religious reasons.
Daniel Young — Concept / Prototype Development
Eugene Seo — Visual Direction / Animation
Simon Tien — User Interface
Trevor Freel — User Experience / Research
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