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I have spent the whole afternoon designing a new pattern for my AR test, it is not as easy as I thought. I have tried couple of design base on the limitations but seems it has to be damn simple. At the end I picked heart(sort of) and smily face.

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After a day work I finally got my augmented reality in flash working. Great thing is I manage to get it work with multiple marker detection which means I can have 2 different pattern showing on the screen. It is alot of fun to play around with different pattern but now comes to the problem of developing a new pattern for it.

Just before E3 2009, Microsoft announced the project ‘Natal’ which is the sensing controller for XBOX 360. With the success of Nintendo Wii, it is not surprising to this ‘HD Wii’ product. From the video, we can see there’s no actual controller like Wiimote while in the game. The camera actually captures every move of your limbs including voices. It looks like a high tech version of Wii and it may help to open the market of casual gamer, which means Nintendo’s new console has to come with ’something’ new. Poor Sony’s eye toy was a failure especially for the PS3 card game - ‘Eye Of Judgement’. Sony, Sony.. any good news other then your PSP go in E3 2009?

After losing the market to NDS, Sony hopes to give its PSP a final GO by getting rid of the stupid UMD, built-in 16GB flash memory for downloadable content and a new STYLISH look. Forget about the look of it, but built-in memory does it mean it will be easier for everyone to cra*k in the firmware to play down game legally? Sony, Sony… we all know PS3 does not sell well but if you think you can save your a$$ by giving us PSP Go, you are wrong. We want to see something new, not re-design.