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Colorado-based Tagwhat has just launched their new augmented reality app/service/experience for Android. Using the free application, users can place digital tags anywhere and everywhere. Want to share a great deal
One of my favorite Android apps from day one has been Wikitude, by Mobilizy.Â It has always been fun to watch the reaction from people as I show them the
Social discovery networking mogul, Brightkite, has launched the first augmented reality (AR) advertising solution in the nation. The California based company which has been bringing people together since October of
A full press release should hit the wires later today, but we’ve got some early information on the new Android app from Zagat.Â Â The new app is called Zagat To
The two big guns in Augmented Reality apps for Android, Mobilizy (maker of Wikitude World Browser and other apps) and Layar have quite a little arms race going. Two weeks
Augmented reality allows you to layer objects over a view of your surroundings whilst you look at them through the camera on your phone. This brings up many possibilities and
It’s been a big day for Augmented Reality news. On the heels of the announcement of Layar’s support for 3D objects, Mobilizy, maker of Wikitude World Browser, announced that it’s
San Francisco-based GeoVector has announced the launch of their directional search and pointing app for Android handsets.Â Â Available today in the Android Market, World Surfer allows for users to simply
I’m a big fan of Augmented Reality (AR) apps for Android.Â While some might see them as the current fad in mobile apps, I view the concept as just a
Mobilizy is showing off an early look at their augmented reality navigation system called Wikitude Drive. Billed as the first fully functional mobile AR navigation system for Android, it was
Want to augment your reality? Use WIKITUDE, your Android device, and your programming skills to document and annotate the world around you. Learn more in this second post of a two-part Enabling the Ecosystem interview, in today’s episode of Building ‘Droids!
Want to augment your reality? Use WIKITUDE, your Android device, and your programming skills to document and annotate the world around you. Learn more in this first post of a two-part Enabling the Ecosystem interview, in today’s episode of Building ‘Droids!
One of original winning apps of the initial Android Developers Challenge, Wikitude is rightfully the first name we think of when it comes to Augmented Reality.Â The team behind the
IBM has unveiled an Android application designed to change the way tennis fans keep up to date with all the action going down at Wimbledon 2009.Â The app called Seer
Augmented reality applications are changing the way we view the world.Â No longer do we have to wonder what’s on the other side of town or, for that matter, on