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  • visulAR photos
    visulAR Graphical portfolio 3D Gallery Graphics for books and Posters Exhibitions of 3D on Canvas Contact Publications Skip to content visulAR A selection of photos from the project      You are here Home Research Projects visulAR

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  • rodil.dk
    books and Posters Exhibitions of 3D on Canvas Contact Publications Skip to content 3D Gallery This section contains a selection of my graphical artwork I present a selection of various pieces I have made My tools of the trade are

    Original URL path: http://www.rodil.dk/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&id=26:graphical-portfolio (2015-09-25)
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  • rodil.dk
    Canvas Contact Publications Skip to content Articles We were interviewed for the Danish broadcasting station TV2 and their regional evening news about our project Virtual Savannah our place in the finals at VentureCup and the research we just joined in

    Original URL path: http://www.rodil.dk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=27:tv-interviev-for-tv2-on-virtual-savannah-venturecup-and-research-in-namibia&catid=31&Itemid=29 (2015-09-25)
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  • Virtual Savannah
    solar system ARToolkit Computer screen Smartboard Webcam For prototyping purposes we created a 30 paged teaching book consisting of a detailed curriculum about our solar system and 3d animations One of the selling points was to investigate the motivational factor in having 3D graphics visualised as if generated from the pages Wikipedia says the following about augmented reality The project is discontinued but elements regarding motivational learning and methods in testing are still a strong part of my current work I believe that in these modern times we need to develop tools to not only motivate students but also enhance the overall learning effect by incorporating better visualization methods and mechanics It is a daunting task hence the largest barrier is the teaching staff the children already use computers confidently This was tested on a 5 th class aged 11 13 on Sofiendalskolen Aalborg it is not about high fidelity or low fidelity but about the right fidelity B Buxton Article Count 2 Research in Namibia This project was conducted in the autumn of 2010 for a duration of 3 weeks in Namibia Africa It was a collaboration with Polytechnic of Namibia and their computer science department The entire implementation and test was in our hands which gave long working hours but also experiences for heart and mind The focus was to preserve and convey indigenous knowledge in rural Namibia We developed a 3D visualization of a local Herero village in the attempt to bridge the gap between urban living youth and digitally iliterate local elders We tested the prototype in situ and collected important and positive results amongst the locals and their children Please read background for elaborated information on the problem we investigated In the near future late JAN I will upload a video showing interaction prototype and public test for you to see Core components In situ test cultural knowledge transfer 3D visualization Namibia The project did not only bring challenges and academic experiences but surely also personal I have attached a small album to show how motivating it can be to change the normal university scenario by travelling 10 000km to Africa  Article Count 4 Master Thesis When visiting a zoo you are presented with living animals such as roaring lions majestic giraffes and playful elephants You obtain knowledge by observing them feed and play in their physically confined habitat but animals living in the wild act much differently when caged Means to convey important supplementary factual information about these animalsâ original habitat and living conditions rely heavily on traditional teaching with text and printed images For children it is quite a dull experience and by using traditional media the form of teaching has obvious difficulties in expressing the speed of a cheetahâ s kill explaining the hunting patterns of lions and transferring knowledge on animal migration Our research project collaborates with a zoo with more than 400 000 average visitors pro anno and app 10 000 school children partake in learning programs partly situated

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  • Virtual Savannah
    is learned unknown Watch this small movie if you want to see the updated walkthrough of the Virtual Savannah Hope you enjoy it and remember to send questions from contact  An A V demo of the Virtual Savannah Video covers use case scenario interaction and supplementary images from the public evaluation a few pictures of REAL animals slipped in as well Thank you for watching WINTER 2011 Due to our attendance at the finals in the national entrepreneurship competetion VentureCup we were the morning before the finals kicked off interviewed for regional radio and subsequently filmed and interviewed for tv as well Our work was also featured in regional printed press and online medias as well as reaching our university s frontpage TV2 INTERVIEW here DR RADIO link Virtuel Savanne Nordjyske Erhverv AAU Article BrainsBusiness ICT NORTH Electronic Supply dk  SPRING 2010 Articles presenting aspects of our public evaluation and implemented prototype were featured the following places FRI 11 06 10 www CRN dk direct article link THU 10 06 10 www comon dk direct article link Article in Nordjyske Stiftstidende  WED 09 06 2010 featured the following places www videnskab dk direct article link www aau dk direct article link  Local news SAT 29 05 2010 and THU 03 06 2010 The articles describe the current work which we have conducted in our development of the Virtual Savannah and were also a short personal profile interview of me The two articles are similar in content but depicted here as a personal reference Article in Randers Amtsavis Article in Ringkjà bing Skjern Dagblad  I am currently developing since spring of 2009 with my developer group at uni an infotainment system for Aalborg Zoo By introducing 3D graphics game engine functionality and dynamic GUI elements we

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  • Virtual Savannah
    Exhibitions of 3D on Canvas Contact Publications Skip to content Virtual Savannah University projects This section presents information on a selection of current and past projects which I have developed at Aalborg University Please use contact if you have ideas

    Original URL path: http://www.rodil.dk/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&id=21&Itemid=14 (2015-09-25)
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  • Virtual Savannah
    surely also personal I have attached a small album to show how motivating it can be to change the normal university scenario by travelling 10 000km to Africa  We were interviewed for the Danish broadcasting station TV2 and their regional evening news about our project Virtual Savannah our place in the finals at VentureCup and the research we just joined in Africa We were also interviewed live on radio P4Nordjylland about the same topics The video you can see below is depicting some of the work we have conducted in Namibia The experience was great and our results were great as well For centuries the incentive for teaching African ethnic youth on cultural matters has been directly linked with oral presentation of narratives and learning by doing in local villages This valuable knowledge has been a foundation for the coming generationsâ survival and cultural self awareness not only limited to historic reflections but to prepare the youth for challenges and difficulties in their respective future Belonging minor communities with few households every bit of information transferred from generation to generation is not only maintaining spiritual connection to the world around them through rituals it is crucial to combat and understand livestock diseases and more importantly when living remote and without western medicinal assistance it is a matter of survival to possess exact knowledge as to where to collect healing herbs for ill family members Presently in Sub Saharan countries there are efforts made to teach the indigenous youth via schools on modern topics to prepare them for a demanding world increase their digital literacy and to support the development and stability of the country they live in To partake in the cultural development rural village elders from Herero tribes in Namibia send their children to study in schools up

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  • rodil.dk
    information transferred from generation to generation is not only maintaining spiritual connection to the world around them through rituals it is crucial to combat and understand livestock diseases and more importantly when living remote and without western medicinal assistance it is a matter of survival to possess exact knowledge as to where to collect healing herbs for ill family members Presently in Sub Saharan countries there are efforts made to teach the indigenous youth via schools on modern topics to prepare them for a demanding world increase their digital literacy and to support the development and stability of the country they live in To partake in the cultural development rural village elders from Herero tribes in Namibia send their children to study in schools up to several hundred kilometers away from their homesteads where they will remain for years and only return on holidays After graduation some return to their local villages to reassume an active role in the community populated by mostly illiterate farmers and a majority return after many years in the cities to remote placed villages with poor sanitation no supply of electricity and a digital divide The paradox occurs during the childrenâ sâ learning of modern

    Original URL path: http://www.rodil.dk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=24:research-in-namibia-background&catid=31&Itemid=29 (2015-09-25)
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