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This is an open community. Anyone can contribute and add value or benefit.

Mailing Lists

There are mailing lists on which you can post questions, comment on discussions or make your own proposals. Click on the mailing list name to go to the information page where you can add yourself and manage your options.

Mailing List Name Public/Private Archive
AR Community Discussions Public Yes
AR Community Announcements Public Yes
AR Use Cases Task Force Public Yes
AR Glossary Task Force Public Yes
3D Compression and Transmission Task Force Public Yes
AR Browser Interoperability Engineering Public Yes

 

 

 

 

 


If you are aware of other relevant mailing lists which should be added to this table, please send details to Christine Perey.

Industry-specific or regional communities

The topic of AR is also emerging in standards bodies and industry associations such as Khronos Group, ISO, Web3D Consortium, GSMA, OpenGeoSpatial Consortium and Open Mobile Alliance among others.

Depending on your geography, there may also be local communities to which you can contribute. For example, there are the AR DevCamp events and AR Meetup Groups.

Face-to-face Meetings

There are also face-to-face meetings of this community. Face-to-face meetings are held approximately three times a year. Check the events page for upcoming face-to-face meetings.

To participate in the face-to-face meetings, advanced registration via Web is required. Entry to the meetings, including all prepared content and participation in sessions will be granted to those who complete the appropriate meeting registration form. There is no formal membership fee. Fees for participation in a face-to-face meeting are mentioned on the Web site or page for the meeting.

Wikis

In addition to face-to-face meetings and e-mail/mailing lists, other collaborative tools could be used by the community. If there are wiki pages on the topics of standards for AR, these should be brought to our attention.