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Vote Now. Augmented Planet Reader Choice Awards 2011

Submitted by on Tuesday, 1 November 20115 Comments

Regular readers know that each November we hold the annual Augmented Planet Readers Choice Awards. The only awards dedicated to recognising the world of augmented reality and the only awards that matter. The awards are two fold. Firstly you vote for your favourite augmented reality content across the categories in the list below. At the end of the month the votes are totalled and the winner of each category wins the highly covered Augmented Planet Readers Choice Awards Crystal Plaque for their office, and for your time and effort in voting you go into our exclusive prize draw.

The prize draw

This year the awards are sponsored by the nice guys at NAVTEQ. NAVTEQ are the leading global provider of maps, traffic and location data (digital location content) enabling navigation, location-based services and mobile advertising around the world. Not only that but all their content is accessible through their API so take a look at their website to learn more and how you can take advantage of their resources in your own applications.

The prize for one lucky Augmented Planet reader is with out doubt the ultimate Christmas gadget. We are please to announce that someone will be annoying the hell out of friends and relatives over Christmas dinner with their very own Parrot AR Drone. In our opinion it’s the ultimate AR accessory. You can learn more about this fantastic prize here.

This year you can vote for your favourite augmented reality applications across the following categories:

Best Augmented Reality Browser

Best Augmented Reality Game

Best Augmented Reality Marketing Campaign

Best Augmented Reality Application (non Browser)

Best Augmented Reality Developer Tool/SDK

The Augmented Planet Readers Choice Awards 2011 are sponsored by NAVTEQ

The NAVTEQ Network for Developers™ (NN4D) empowers application developers with the knowledge and resources needed to create the hottest, most differentiated location-based products. You can access technical resources, support and business development services to build and market location-aware apps for Web, mobile, automotive, GIS and enterprise markets worldwide. Join NN4D for free at

Competition rules: The rules are pretty simple. By making a vote you have the option to enter into the draw. One prize draw winner will be drawn at random. To be eligible to enter you will need to enter a valid email address so we can contact you should you be drawn as the winner.  No cash alternative is offered. The Parrot AR Drone requires either an iPhone or Android device to act as a controller. The draw is for the AR Drone only. Only one vote is allowed per person. Augmented Planet will cover the cost of the prize and shipping costs. Any other costs incurred (eg income tax) will not be covered. The winner will be announced in early December and we’ll aim to get the prize to you shortly after. The winner must respond within 1 month of being notified to claim the prize. Augmented Planet reserve the right to amend/change or withdrawal the competition rules at any time, and our decision regarding the award is final.
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  • Victor said:

    Please, dont forgot about

    We have our own SDK –

  • Daniele said:

    In the poll there is no way to choose “other” as answer for the first question, if I just enter the string the system complains that no answer was entered.

  • lester (author) said:

    Hi Daniele

    Not sure what happened there, I fixed it

    Good luck

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