TweetCEO Dave Elchoness speaks about his product, Tagwhat. The AR browser aims to combine multiple location-based information streams like Foursquare, hyper local Wikipedia entries, social interaction, advertising, virtual goods and more; and all to an uplifting background music.
TweetAugmented reality has come a long way in a years time. Last year I got excited by research projects and gimmicky AR webcam advertising, but that quickly faded on the tenth plus iteration. It wasn’t until July that we starting having real AR products in the form of apps. Nearly a year later and still […]
TweetIt was only a matter of time. Virtual goods make up a $1.4 Billion (that’s with a ‘B’ folks) business and the demand is growing. We have Chinese gold farmers and Farmville exclusive goods, so augmented goods can’t be far behind. Right now augmented goods are tied to purchased toys as an “add-on.” Metaio has […]
TweetForgive me for posting this on April 1st. I feel like anything on the Internet is suspect today. TagWhat looks to be a mixing of Foursquare, texting, and Yelp with a dash of augmented reality thrown in for good measure. I’ll let the makers of TagWhat explain their product since I haven’t experienced it for […]