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Comment: It's like the good ole days (Score 1) 343

by Jay (#42261003) Attached to: Samba 4.0 Released: the First Free Software Active Directory Compatible Server

Somebody announces something awesome, and the actual developers show up in the comment thread further enhancing the awesome, and now I have to go download some stuff and try things out just for the hell of it.

It's like Slashdot Circa 1998. Crazy.

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Augmented Reality To Help Mechanics Fix Vehicles 81

Posted by timothy
from the insert-overlaid-part-a-into-slot-b dept.
kkleiner writes "ARMAR, or Augmented Reality for Maintenance and Repair, is a head mounted display unit that provides graphic overlays to assist you in making repairs. An Android phone provides an interface to control the graphics you view during the process. Published in IEEE, and recently tested with the United States Marine Corps on an armored turret, ARMAR can cut maintenance times in half by guiding users to the damaged area and displaying 3D animations to demonstrate the appropriate tools and techniques."

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