AR Indoor Navigation back to all projects Developed as a final project for the Considerate Information Systems class taught by Andrew Lippman and David Small at the MIT Media Lab in the Fall of 2009, the augmented reality indoor navigation system is an Android based augmented reality front end to a wifi mac address tracking indoor positioning system based on the opensource Tagin' project. The application visualizes the named Points of Interest (POIs) in space and provides basic guidance to your destination.

In addition to the navigation functionality I also experimented with deploying OPENGL 3D models at specificly named POIs. This is pictured below.

This project was created using Python and Android

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