Video of prototype I co-developed at the 2015 HackHarvard event.
I desired to improve remote collaboration in online learning environments similar to Hiroshi Ishii’s 1993 work on shared workspace systems. This lead to 2D AR Studying, a remote collaboration web platform that creates a shared workspace for people to learn and study together. The powerful APIs employed in this project enable this platform to connect users throughout the world who can seamlessly collaborate.
Platforms used include meteor.js and icecomm.io