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Nokia City Lens: Too Little, Too Late
Monday, 1 Oct, 2012 – 20:00 | 2 Comments
Nokia City Lens: Too Little, Too Late

While companies who have been in the AR mobile industry for several years have moved away from location based augmented reality in favour of natural feature tracking and image recognition. Nokia seem to be taking …

Wikitude – Technology Spotlight
Sunday, 16 Sep, 2012 – 15:47 | 3 Comments
Wikitude – Technology Spotlight

Wikitude, serial winners of the Augmented Planet’s Reader Choice Awards, the only AR awards voted for by you, real AR users, recently added natural feature tracking to their browser.
The natural feature tracking functionality now enables …

Wikitude 7.0 Augmented Reality Browser
Sunday, 6 May, 2012 – 12:18 | No Comment
Wikitude 7.0 Augmented Reality Browser

The award winning augmented reality browser; Wikitude has recently been completely refreshed and the shiny new version 7.0  is  available in the various app stores.
Wikitude if you haven’t used it before is an augmented reality …

Layar Vision Webinar and Win $$$
Wednesday, 31 Aug, 2011 – 11:59 | 2 Comments
Layar Vision Webinar and Win $$$

You may have seen that Layar recently released Layar Vision as a beta for Android. What’s more, if you’re the creative type then you have the opportunity to win a share of $55,000. Layar if …

junaio 3.0: The next step in mobile AR
Tuesday, 30 Aug, 2011 – 15:54 | No Comment
junaio 3.0: The next step in mobile AR

When Google released Google Goggles a year or so back I’m sure it caught many of the incumbent AR browser providers off guard. Goggles in case you don’t know is an image recognition application that …

I’m back and the book is out
Monday, 11 Jul, 2011 – 19:58 | No Comment
I’m back and the book is out

It’s been awhile since my last blog. Finishing the Augmented Reality Browsers for Smartphones book took a lot out of me. For a while it was difficult to even look at a computer screen let …

Where To. The Next Browser
Thursday, 28 Apr, 2011 – 14:02 | No Comment
Where To. The Next Browser

Using Where To you can find restaurants, schools, airports and everything in between. The app splits the POIs in to 12 categories and is amazingly simple to use thanks to an innovative wheel menu. There are no complicate menus or searches to navigate in an attempt to find the content you are looking for, with everything being easily accessed.

Augmented Planet Event For AR Developers
Thursday, 14 Apr, 2011 – 11:09 | No Comment
Augmented Planet Event For AR Developers

AP2011 the annual Augmented Planet event is announced and our speaker line up is looking amazing. If you have ever wondered how you can create your own augmented reality applications this is the event …

Attention developers building mobile applications for Android, iPhone, bada and Symbian.
Monday, 4 Apr, 2011 – 13:37 | No Comment
Attention developers building mobile applications for Android, iPhone, bada and Symbian.

Augmented Planet have assembled the leading AR platforms providers for an exclusive developer event in Kensington, London on the 1st and 2nd of June for the annual Augmented Planet Event. This years conference focuses on …

Professional Augmented Reality Browsers for Smartphones
Friday, 11 Mar, 2011 – 14:47 | One Comment
Professional Augmented Reality Browsers for Smartphones

The last few months have been a blogging wilderness from me and for that I apologise. The reason being is; I am pleased to announce, I have been working on an augmented reality book titled: …

Wikitude 6.0 iPhone Release
Monday, 21 Feb, 2011 – 22:26 | One Comment
Wikitude 6.0 iPhone Release

Wikitude, the leading browser for iPhone and Android devices has recently received an iPhone refresh. The new version, version 6.0 features a brand new slicker user interface that shows you exactly how many POIs will …

junaio Redefining Interactive TV
Monday, 24 Jan, 2011 – 10:00 | 2 Comments
junaio Redefining Interactive TV

The new junaio channel works in conjunction with a popular German TV show called ‘Galileo’. Viewers watching the show are able to interact with the program by using the junaio client and by pointing their smartphone at the TV screen.

Toozla for bada Devices
Saturday, 15 Jan, 2011 – 18:37 | One Comment
Toozla for bada Devices

Toozla, the augmented reality browser with a difference makes its appearance on the Samsung bada device in style.
Toozla has been around for some time on both the iPhone and Android. Toozla if you haven’t tried …

Readers Choice Awards 2010 Winners
Friday, 7 Jan, 2011 – 9:00 | 9 Comments
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 …

Fight against domestic violence with AR
Sunday, 19 Dec, 2010 – 17:48 | No Comment
Fight against domestic violence with AR

It’s good to see augmented reality being used for social change as well as selling products.
The latest campaign to use the junaio browser is from the German agency brand.david who have launched a campaign to …

The New Yell AR Browser
Wednesday, 15 Dec, 2010 – 23:19 | One Comment
The New Yell AR Browser

Yell is one of the most popular yellow page business directories in the UK. The iPhone application enables users to find everything from restaurants to pubs to florists and everything in between.
A year ago we …

junaio and Augmented Reality Revolutionize Print Advertising
Sunday, 21 Nov, 2010 – 21:43 | 3 Comments
junaio and Augmented Reality Revolutionize Print Advertising

Metaio and their junaio augmented reality browser are busy working with partners to change how we interact with print. The latest campaign to use their junaio glue platform is the product of a collaboration between Sausalitos and Coke zero in Germany.

Tupalo now with scanAR (Android)
Sunday, 21 Nov, 2010 – 20:55 | One Comment
Tupalo now with scanAR (Android)

I love it when people send me an email about the latest augmented reality Android app they have developed. I feel that I am often biased towards the iPhone so getting some Android news is …

Skaloop Layar, layer the easy way
Sunday, 24 Oct, 2010 – 19:35 | One Comment
Skaloop Layar, layer the easy way

Non developers can now add augmented reality content to Layar via a Goggle Maps interface. No programming experience is necessary

vouchAR for Android, find bargains with AR
Sunday, 24 Oct, 2010 – 18:48 | One Comment
vouchAR for Android, find bargains with AR

Looking to snap up a bargain? The new vouchAR application could be just what you need to save money on everything from a lunchtime snack to a hotel. Find your perfect bargain in augmented reality

The worlds first augmented reality stamp
Wednesday, 8 Sep, 2010 – 11:23 | 8 Comments
The worlds first augmented reality stamp

These special stamps celebrate the 50th anniversary of the building of British Rail’s last steam locomotive Evening Star Royal Mail. When activated using the junaio augmented reality browser available free for iPhone and Android users, users are able to watch a short video of Bernard Cribbins exciting the poem ‘Night Mail’.

mtrip Augmented Reality City Guides
Wednesday, 1 Sep, 2010 – 12:22 | 2 Comments
mtrip Augmented Reality City Guides

Over the last month, mtrip augmented reality city guides have been appearing in the iPhone appstore, so last week was a good a time as ever to take the London guide out on a road.