OASIS Augmented Reality in Information Products (ARIP) TC

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Developing specifications, guidelines, and best practices to standardize key aspects of AR user experiences


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Participation in the OASIS ARIP TC is open to all interested parties. Contact join@oasis-open.org for more information.


The OASIS ARIP TC was chartered to define the introduction and implementation of augmented reality (AR) into information products by developing standards, specifications, and guidelines for all types of communicators. Members are developing standardized content models for authoring augmented reality experiences to promote the use of augmented reality as a new feature in information products. By raising awareness of the benefits offered by AR, the ARIP TC expects to increase the demand for, and availability of, AR-enabled products and services, resulting in a greater choice of tools and platforms.

For more information on the ARIP TC, see the TC Charter.


TC Liaisons

Ray Gallon is the head of TC liaisons. STC, TEKOM

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Technical Work Produced by the Committee

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External Resources

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arip: the discussion list used by TC members to conduct Committee work. TC membership is required to post, and TC members are automatically subscribed. The public may view the OASIS list archives, also mirrored by MarkLogic at MarkMail.org.

arip-comment: a public mailing list for providing feedback on the technical work of the OASIS ARIP TC. Send a comment or view the OASIS comment list archives, also mirrored by MarkLogic at MarkMail.org.

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