Articles Archive for October 2009
Layar announce they are coming to Symbian early next year and we eagerly await Metaio’s new Junaio browser for the iPhone.
Yesterday I attended the augmented reality mashup event in London which was attended some of the leading companies in the augmented reality space. It was good opportunity to put faces to some of the products I have …
The Wikitude World Browser augmented reality application finally arrives on the iPhone. Has is been worth the wait?
An absolutely must try augmented realty music video from Lost Valentinos. Have endless fun building your own music video and interacting with the band.
Layar finally comes to the iPhone, has this highly anticipated augmented reality application been worth the wait?
Looking for something to eat? The new UrbanSpoon application for the iPhone has an augmented reality option call Scope to show you your local eating choices.
If you are looking to build your own augmented reality applications and looking for a starting point then Gamaray are giving away the source code to their browser application.
WhereMark is a new augmented reality browser application that is coming to the iPhone soon. Like all the other world browsers out there WhereMark shows you what is around you in your current location, but WhereMark has a few differences that will make it an interesting alternative.
Update on the agenda for the Augmented Planet event in London, 6pm 11th November 2009. Your chance to register and take part.
The leading augmented reality browsers applications for the Goggle Android platform come to the iPhone
We continue the top 10 count down of augmented reality concept games.
If you play video games then you’ll love this top 10 countdown of augmented reality concept games.
Imagine if you could treat any logo as if it was a bar code, or if you could take a picture of any product logo and get back special offers, take part in competitions and more. Take a look at GetFugu for the iPhone and Google Android devices. It does exactly what it says on the tin.