Again, not actually week 3 but covering from the last post until today.
At some point during this time, Narrative updated their service so that instead of cropping all photos to a square frame (so all photos were the same shape regardless of what orientation the Clip was in when it took them) they are now cropped to landscape or portrait, so less of each photo gets cropped out – hence why they change partway through!
I tested my Mirrorshades platform at St Salvator’s chapel in St Andrews for the first time today!
This test represents a less contrived scenario in which one might use a mobile cross reality platform like Mirrorshades, compared to when I was using it while walking around the Computer Science building, because while the real & virtual environments in this test share largely the same layout, they have substantial visual differences which are intriguing to contrast & compare.
The virtual component here shows the chapel as it stood in 1450-1460, since when there have been substantial changes – not least the removal of the original stone roof & its replacement with a wooden roof & the change in the room division.