This is an old but fun application of augmented reality. Instead of a printed marker it identifies the human face as a marker and applies a 2D object. It was all written in flex so be patient, if you happen to want the source code let me know and I’ll mail it to you. I am just too lazy to post it online and start doing software support via the comments (for something I did for fun!)
Oh the weather outside is frightful,
But the firewall is so delightful,
And since we’ve no inbox to go,
Let It Spam! Let It Spam! Let It Spam!
A philosophical assumption when it comes to the human personality is, quoting Dr. C. George Boeree
Uniqueness vs. universality. Is each person unique, or will we eventually discover universal laws which will explain all of human behavior? Again, more moderate positions are available: Perhaps there are broad rules of human nature with room for individual variation within them; Or perhaps our individuality outweighs our commonalities.
Uniqueness versus Universality
The argument over whether we are all unique individuals (Uniqueness) or if humans are basically similar in their nature (Universality). Gordon Allport, Abraham Maslow, and Carl Rogers were all advocates of the uniqueness of individuals. Behaviorists and cognitive theorists, in contrast, emphasized the importance of universal principles such as reinforcement and self-efficacy.
Interestingly I witness universality dominant around me, even from a behavior point of view the deviations are thin or a are they getting thinner?!!!
…might come back to this topic some other time.
It’s a lovely time to add data to our internets :-)
Obvious Cpp reference here