Junaio “Glue” Augmented Reality Browser Released for Android
Augmented Reality developer Junaio recently announced that they have released an Android version of their Augmented Reality (AR) browser, Glue. We have seen AR Browsers before in Layar and others, but what makes this browser unique is that it “glues” images to objects scanned by the camera in your handset.
Like the picture to the left, what they have scanned is a book, the volcano from the book has been “glued” to the object in the browser, so that if the book would move in your view, so would the volcano attached to it. Junaio is saying that if you scan things like CD’s, the browser will give you an image glued to the CD, plus it will talk to you about the artist and album.
Check the short video from the developer on how all this works, then shoot on over to the Market to try it out for yourself!
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