Invisible Highway is an experiment that uses augmented reality to create tracks and scenery for a real robot! The makers of this project were able to utilize the contents from AdaBox 002: Making things Move!! Via Experiments with Google:
Invisible Highway is an experiment in controlling physical things in the real world by drawing in AR. Simply make a pathway along the floor on your phone and the robot car will follow that path on the actual floor in your room. A custom highway with scenery is generated along the path to make the robots a little more scenic on your phone screen.
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