AR Scratch: Real Records, Virtual Scratching

One thing to remember is that producers and DJ’s have always been hackers that played with technology to create new forms of sound.  Todd Vanderlin’s AR Scratch may not be the best way to perform a flare or a scribble, but his creative and experimental use of AR markers, OpenFrameworks, and vinyl must be commended. 

"AR requires aligning a virtual camera with the real one, and overlaying or combining the imagery for both, to be displayed on some computer monitor, hand-held or wearable display."

[via Make]

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