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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 …

Microsoft Tags – 2D Mobile Tagging Barcodes
Tuesday, 1 Jun, 2010 – 15:45 | 2 Comments
Microsoft Tags – 2D Mobile Tagging Barcodes

I have been meaning to write about Microsoft Tags for a while, and since yesterday I was on a rant about QR Codes now is as a good a time as ever. Microsoft Tags and QR Codes are like peas in a pod. Both offer you dynamic links so you can update where the code points and both can give you rich stats enabling you to the monitor the efficiency of your campaign and well as track the geographic location of your visitors. So what’s so different about Microsoft Tags?