"Interaction Design For Augmented Reality" In ReadWriteWeb

Marshall Kirkpatrick of ReadWriteWeb links to Inside Out: Interaction Design for Augmented Reality (the latest Everyware column) in two recent stories tracking the fast-moving augmented reality space; Augmented Reality: Five Bariers to a Web That's Everywhere and, and RobotVision: A Bing-powered iPhone Augmented Reality Browser

Thanks, Marshall!

And as a bonus, Tim O'Reilly tweeted about Marshall's article.  I doubt that Tim reads this feed, but it's always nice to be recognized, even indirectly.

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