Metaio’s Augmented Reality Worker Support

Tweet Markerless tracking has come a long way in the last year.  The downside of this system is the custom graphics for the visual manual.  It’s hard enough

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USATODAY 360 Stadium Tour from Junaio

Tweet ** Cool experience with the smartphone and seeing into another location.  Would love to be able to walk around or zoom in.  Next step is to offer

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Dragons Invade Your Home With Metaio

Tweet Robert Scoble, the interviewer of the geek-stars and employee of Rackspace, recorded this video at Metaio in Munich.  The gang at Metaio shows off a virtual dragon

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Augmented Reality Year in Review – 2010

Tweet Two years ago, in 2009, augmented reality took its first steps into mainstream consciousness.  This last year, 2010, we’ve seen augmented reality really expand into new formats

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Three Things We Can Learn From Disney

Tweet Last year at ISMAR09, the keynote speech from Mark Mine of the Disney Imagineering group, really intrigued me.   I had been a hardcore Disney hater before that, but

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Junaio 2010 Dev Contest Winner – archINFORM

Tweet I recently participated as a judge in the Junaio 2010 Dev Contest.  After a good debate, the panel of judges picked the winner — archINFORM.  The channel gives the

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Metaio’s Markerless Shopping Experience with Seventeen.com

Tweet No over-the-shoulder backside check, but it’s better than staring at a catalog or webpage. “This is the first truly instant online dressing room and as opposed to

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5 Things To Do With Junaio Glue and LLA Markers

Tweet With the live video access on the iPhone OS 4.0, Metaio is looking to make a splash with its Glue technology in the Junaio AR browser. They would

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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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Collectibles and Augmented Reality

Tweet It 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

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