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Using augmented reality, the Chalk app aims to make remote communication and assistance easy.
Project Chalk is a video chat app that incorporates augmented reality, allowing you to annotate real-world objects in order to help friends (or family members) with tasks.
Which remote do I use for the cable box? Here, one user has circled the gray remote to point it out to the person on the other end of the chat.
Circle a button on the gray remote on your screen, and the person you're talking to sees on their own screen specifically what they need to do.
Here, one person has referenced a button on the coffee maker and circled it for the other person.
This example shows Project Chalk being used to help with homework. The AR app aims to let people better interact over distance.
Complex tasks, such as wiring and setting up electronics, can be made easier using Project Chalk.
Capture a screenshot (seen in the bottom right) to compare previous referenced items to what is happening in real time.
Vuforia's Project Chalk enables one-to-one communication supplemented by augmented reality.
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