10 Cool Things Going On Right Now in Augmented Reality

Tweet Augmented 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

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Augmented Reality Year in Review – 2009

Tweet The year 2009 has been an important milestone in the development of augmented reality as an important future technology.  While markers and marketing campaigns captured the early interest

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Mr. Jobs, Tear Down This AR Wall!

Tweet Reagan famously said, “Mr. Gorbechev, tear down this wall!” While arguments can be made whether Reagan’s challenge had any affect on the end of the Soviet Union,

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Another Augmented Reality Business Card

Tweet So it’s another augmented reality business card.  This time from the company Genuine Interactive.  The use of a 3D video landscape within the augment is cute, but

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Airpainter – Augmented Reality Graffiti

Tweet The often maligned graffiti artist now has a new and pollution free way (ignoring the energy used by the smartphone) to tag the world.  The Andoidpit app

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10 Things Your AR App Must Have to Succeed

Tweet With the iPhone OS 3.1 launch set to debut next month, I wanted to explore the features that are going to help make some AR apps succeed

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What AR Devs Want From Smartphones

Tweet With three smartphones on the market: iPhone, Android and Pre; the opportunities for augmented reality apps have opened up.  I asked a couple of AR developers what

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Someone Please Turn Off The Lights

Tweet A new Android program called Sky Map can tell you what stars you’re looking at in the sky by pointing your phone in the right direction.  Using

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Around the Net

Tweet I’d like to take a moment and review the AR happenings around the net in the last month about augmented reality. * Not one, but two AR

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Layar – The First Reality Browser

Tweet I’m not going to go into too much detail, because Rouli gives us an excellent run down on the Augmented Times, but I think this is an

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