DIY Augmented Reality InterfacesDesign Platform, NUS DID
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The COVID-19 pandemic has amplified the role of different digital contexts for living, working, learning, and playing. At the same time, it has exposed the fragility of the global supply network and fueled an already active DIY culture. In this design platform, students were tasked to pull these trends together and develop DIY tangible interactive experiences for a specific context, supported by fiducial markers and computer vision (a facet of augmented reality).