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Popcode natural feature recognition SDK

Submitted by on Wednesday, 8 September 2010One Comment

Augmented reality and natural feature recognition are hot topics at the moment, particularly amongst mobile developers. Thanks to companies like Metaio with their easy to use junaio glue platform we are starting to see even more solutions finding their way to market.

To keep the guys over at Metaio on their toes, Popcode is a new free SDK that has been released by Extra Reality Limited here in the UK.  The Popcode SDK contains everything that a developer needs to build their own natural feature recognition applications for the Popcode client available on: Google Nexus One, the HTC Desire and the Samsung Galaxy S. They are adding support for more devices so the list will continue to grow.

Currently the SDK is in preview but it does look like fun and easy to use. Check out video below of the interactive tee-shirt for an idea of the powerful features the SDK contains.

For more information about Popcode and to download the SDK, visit their website:

Interactive tee-shirt demo

Building your first Popcode application

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