Articles Archive for September 2009
When it comes to planning a journey from A to B we have no shortage of GPS devices to assist. But sometimes I don’t want to plan a journey, I just want a very simple …
Quick up date from the Over The Air event in London, and news on the O’Reilly augmented reality webcast.
Attention London based augmented reality enthusiasts. Announcing the first Augmented Planet meetup in London 11th November.
The new Topps 3D Live football cards feature quarterbacks who pop up from specially designated cards to fire passes to virtual receivers, all the while seeking to keep away from defensive obstacles.
Mobilizy take the lead and submit Augmented Reality Markup Language (ARML) to the AR Consortium. What does this mean for users and how will it change the way we use augmented reality in the future?
To celebrate the life of the king of pop, Michael Jackson, try the augmented reality demo and hold the man himself in your hands.
Metaio annouced on Friday they are launching an augmented reality application called Junaio for the iPhone.
Scheduled for release on the 3rd November, Junaio will enable users to access and share information on their surroundings.
Nokia owners no longer need to feel left out of the augmented reality game. We take a look at some of the augmented reality applications available for Nokia devices
New videos from Layar and Nokia to share their augmented reality vision’s of the future. Hit or miss?
Lot’s of augmented reality demo for you today in a news digest of all the things making the headlines on twitter.
Say goodbye to static pictures and boring text in magazine’s and newspapers. Print could be changing forever. In the augmented world of tomorrow paper will be the key to full motion video and interactive digital content.
Finally a single list of all augmented reality applications for the iPhone, Android or Nokia devices. Now you can easily find applications for your device without having to search though hundreds of pages on the web. Want an augmented reality wiki to add you own demos and software? Announcing the new augmented reality wiki.
The number of augmented reality software applications that give you local search capabilities continues to grow with the latest application for the iPhone. Robotvision to be released later this month will enable you to find local services. Why have human vision when you can have robotvision?
There was a time when playing with Lego meant a bit leap of imagination to bring the toys to life. Find out how Mataio and Vuzix are changing the way we will play with toys in the future.
Imagine getting a terminator eye view of the world around you. Well the future is a lot closer than you think with work on augmented reality contact lenses being tested.
The AugmentedPlanet business directory is now live! If you are a player in the augmented reality space, or a developer with augmented reality development experience looking for projects make sure you get listed. It’s completely free.
AugmentedPlanet needs you! Are you an augmented reality enthusiasts interested in attending a free event in London to see some cool demos?
Are these the two ultimate must have augmented reality applications for Android owners?
Get turn by turn navigation instructions overlayed on reality in the new Wikitude drive AR navigation system. It’s a Heads Up Display navigation system for your car. Tired of getting stuck in traffic? Then the augmented reality Traffic View application could save you hours.