Readers Choice Awards 2010 Winners
Announcing the 2010 winners
Every year at Augmented Planet we ask you, the augmented reality community to vote for your favourite augmented reality applications of the year. For 2010 we focused the awards on augmented reality for mobile devices.
Before we get to the winners, congratulations to all the nominees who were entered. The winners will each be receiving the highly desirable Augmented Planet Readers Choice Award Crystal Plaque.
Best Augmented Reality Browser Of 2010
This category was always going to be a three-way fight between junaio, Layar and Wikitude. However, notable new entries included in the category were mTrip and DroidAR who were top of the voting outside the big three. In 2009 the Best Augmented Reality Browser Award went to Wikitude. In 2010 we are pleased to annouce that you have voted:
‘Here at mobilizy we are proud and excited about retaining the Wikitude’s crown for the Best Augmented Reality Browser. We dedicate this award to our community who keeps providing the support and the feedback we need to continuously improve our products.
Stay tuned – Q1 will bring even more exciting features and partnerships to strengthen Wikitude’s perception by our community and the readers of Augmented Planet.
CEO, Martin Herdina.
Best 3rd Party Content For An Augmented Reality Browser
This category focused on the best content developed by an independent 3rd party developer who builds content for junaio, Layar or Wikitude. Almost all these entries are direct nominations by the community.
Best Mobile Augmented Reality Game
The best game category was fiercely contested with voting very tight. However, you have voted the best augmented reality game of 2010 as:
- Zombie ShootAR for Symbian (Metaio)
Best Augmented Reality Campaign
During 2010 we have seen augmented reality used in number of ways to market goods and services. Note that this category was not exclusive to mobile devices.
Thats it for another year, thank to you everyone for voting and to Samsung for providing the prize. The winner incidentally was Ryan Garratt.
Good luck for 2011.