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
Tweet I haven’t done many press releases as of late, but this one caught my eye due to the various partners involved–“Key Figures from Nokia Research Center, Total
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
Tweet Nokia’s concept video shows what they think mobile computing will be in 2015. The list rounds out the usual suspects of future-tech: cloud computing, geolocative services, service-anywhere
Tweet This past month the specter of augmented reality, which in the past had been mostly research papers and speculation, has slowly been turning into real products. With
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
Tweet Now that not one, but two AR browsers are out: Layar (first scooped by Games Alfresco/Augmented Times) and Nokia’s “Point and Find“; its time to get cracking.
Tweet I’m a huge fan of games: board, card, sports, computer, console or even just seeing who can throw a wad of paper into a trashcan. The promise