By scanning Croatian banknotes through the Croatian Greats application, three-dimensional animations are launched that speak, move around the space and reveal some interesting moments from Croatian history.This is the easiest way to explain the new application. “Croatian greats ” Delta Reality studio, which uses augmented reality to revive a part of Croatian history and bring new technology closer to all smartphone users. The Delta Reality team created the app to bring people closer to augmented reality, which to many still seems like an abstract concept, but can actually be enjoyed by anyone with a smartphone.This technology is already used in places such as museums, where scanning an image through dedicated applications animates the image or provides some additional information about it, but the Delta Reality team has decided to provide this opportunity to everyone, wherever they are, without the need to visit a specific site or museum.Thus, banknotes were imposed as a solution – a piece of history that everyone has with them, explains Darian Škarica, director of Delta Reality, and adds that they wanted everyone to be able to experience augmented reality. “We thought about what we could use as triggers, what image anyone could have. We quickly realized how banknotes could serve perfectly, because they have so many details that we often overlook. We immersed ourselves in creating content related to the motifs on the banknotes and designing so that we could bring them to life.”Points out Škarica.But that’s just the beginning, explains Škarica, because augmented reality will really take off when we no longer need a phone screen for it, but we will see it through augmented reality glasses. “One of the great things that the future of augmented reality brings us is the revival of everything around us – monuments will talk to us, strange creatures will fly over the city, there will be portals to the past throughout the city. We’ve already done some short experiments in this area, but it’s one thing to look at things like this through a cell phone screen, and it’s another thing to fully experience it using augmented reality glasses. ” concludes Scissors.Technology is there to help and speed up all business processes, changes are happening faster and those who ignore it will unfortunately have to close their doors. Don’t be afraid of new technologies, but use them to improve your business.You can download the Android app through the Google Play Store HERE, and the iPhone app is available on the iOS App Store HERERelated news:CAN VIRTUAL REALITY THREATEN TOURISM?
Bryant spent 20 years playing for the Los Angeles Lakers, where he became a five-time NBA champion, but it was in Italy where he learned the fundamentals of the game after moving there when he was six years old. Bryant’s father moved to Italy to play professional basketball and his son picked up the sport, learning the basics with a kids’ basketball team. Their request has been denied by the Lega Calcio – but Goal’s report claims AC Milan plan to wear black armbands anyway, even without approval.Bryant, who spent more than seven years of his childhood in Italy, was a huge AC Milan supporter. When he met with Thierry Henry in 2016, the American revealed that his favourite player growing up was Marco van Basten. “I grew up a huge AC Milan fan that was my team,” Bryant said, per the Independent. “I was right there with Van Basten, [Frank] Rijkaard, [Ruud] Gullit, [Paolo] Maldini was just getting started and we had [Franco] Baresi. That was my team.”Advertisement Loading… Read Also: Kobe Bryant: Three of the nine victims bodies recovered from crash site “Passing, screening, moving off the ball, shooting. All the basics,” Bryant told online basketball publication SLAM last September. “And if we did scrimmage, we’d scrimmage full court, no dribbles allowed. “So that set the foundation for me for how I came to understand the game, and how I now teach the game.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 AC Milan’s desire to honour Kobe Bryant in their Coppa Italia game against Torino on Tuesday evening has been rejected by Italian football’s governing bodies, according to Goal. The Serie A giants wanted to pay homage to the NBA legend, who died in a helicopter crash on Sunday, by wearing black armbands. Promoted Content7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too Much11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table Top5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoFantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread Art9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market ValueWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Who Earns More Than Ronaldo?
Ashantigold head coach Bashir Hayford is Is unperturbed by calls clamoring for his sack.Pressure is mounting on the reigning coach of the season to resign from his post following the team’s abysmal performance in the ongoing Ghana Premier League.The defending Premier League champions have been very poor in the league managing just a single win to leave them 12th with seven points after seven matches.Some supporters of the club have expressed displeasure with their current poor form and wants coach Hayford to leave the club.But the former Asante Kotoko coach says he will only quit if the hierarchy of the club decides so.“I’m not bothered with all that is going on, if they ask me to stop coaching the team today, I will give way and will never go hungry,” he told Nhyira fm in Kumasi “So for those going round agitating that I should be fired- if that is what the board wants- why not I will leave but as I remain coach of the team trust I won’t pay attention to them.” Hayford will be leading his charges to face Asokwa United in the MTN FA Cup. –Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @JoySportsGH. Our hashtag is #JoySports