Readers Choice Awards 2010
With the end of the year rapidly approaching, it can only mean it’s time for us to ask our readers to vote for your favourite augmented reality application in the Augmented Planet Readers Choice Awards for 2010. This year we have teamed up with Samsung to give one lucky voter the opportunity to be among the first people to own a fantastic Samsung mobile phone. (details to follow)
To enter the draw for the Samsung phone, just vote for your favourite augmented reality examples in the following categories:
If there is something you think is missing from the nominations list please add it when you vote or comment below and I will update the voting page. I have added what I think are the popular choices, but these are your awards. Feel free to add your nominations.
voting closed – results to be announced shortly
Best Augmented Reality Browser
Augmented reality browsers have continued to grow in number during 2010. We saw the big three, junaio, Layar and Wikitude each undergo extensive face-lifts. junaio also became the first browser to support natural feature tracking. Will you vote for one of these or is one of the new comers worthy of being called the ‘best augmented reality browser of 2010’?
Best Augmented Reality Browser Content (Channel, Layar or World)
Are you a Layar, junaio or Wikitude user? If so, what 3rd party content have you been using? Tell us and recognise the achievement of the 3rd party developer community.
- Woomba Mania (Layar)
- AR Beatles Tour (Layar)
- Maze (Layar)
- Webcams.travel (Wikitude)
- immoWelt (Wikitude)
- Qype (Wikitude)
- archINFORM (junaio)
- IDF Augmented Reality (junaio)
Best Augmented Reality Game
With Apple opening the camera feed the for iPhone developers, we haven’t seen the boom in image recognition games that we were expecting for iPhone users. But despite this, we still see accelerometer based games making an appearance. But what about Android? Do they have better AR games? What augmented reality games were you playing during 2010?
Best Augmented Reality Marketing Campaign
Augmented reality is still at the cutting edge when it comes to building marketing campaigns. This year we have seen augmented reality campaigns added to cereal boxes, chocolates wrappers and many more unexpected locations. What augmented reality marketing campaign has pushed the boundaries for you this year?
- The worlds largest augmented reality project
- The Gorillaz Plastic Beach
- Tissot shopping
- Scion tC AR Game
- Royal Mail (junaio)
- Sueddeutsche Zeitung`s supplement magazine
Tell us what you think by taking part in the Augmented Planet Readers Choice Awards 2010 and you’ll automatically be entered in to the draw to win a fantastic Samsung mobile phone. Voting will stay open during November with the results announced in December.
- The winner will be draw at random during December 2010
- The judges decision is final
- The prize has no cash alternative value
- We reserve the right to change the prize without notice
- The winner will be responsible for any country specific custom duties if they are incurred during the shipping
- We will make every effort to contact the winner via email. (please use a correct email address)
- The winner should claim the prize before end of January 2011. After this date the prize is forfeited
- The winner is responsible for providing a valid shipping address. If the package is returned due to incorrect shipping details, the winner will be responsible for future shipping costs.
- These terms and conditions are subject to change without prior notice
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