Posted: September 16th, 2010 | Author: Kjeld | Filed under: Apple iPhone, Browser, Camera based | Tags: embedded, layar, player, xcode | Comments Off
Did you ever want to embed your published layer on Layar in you own iPhone app? Now you can!
The client doesn’t need to have Layar installed it will be shipped in a snippet (binary include) for your Xcode project.
More info on the Layar Player site
Posted: September 12th, 2010 | Author: Kjeld | Filed under: Browser, Camera based, Google Android, Open Source, Platform | Tags: gpl3v, Open Source, opensource | 2 Comments »
Mixare has been born! A Free Open Source Augmented Reality Browser, which is published under the GPLv3. At the moment mixare is available for the Android platform. It works as a completely autonomous application and is available as well for the development of own implementations.
This is great news for the community and the users! I am very happy that we finaly are going to get the “Linux” of Augmented Reality browsers.
All platforms up until now are actualy NOT browsers. They are of the same basis of the historical ”Vodafone Live” idea.
Which mean you can get listed in the “browser / platform” if Vodafone accepted you and you would do ref share and their content standards.
The web as we know it today doesn’t work like this. A consumer has a browser and is able to browse (type in an adres or use links) to navigate to content of there liking.
Direct to the producer of that content without interference. We aren’t there yet, but this is a very big step in the right direction.
Lets hope that the Firefox version of unbranded browser will be started by Mozilla or some other foundation (Apache, WebKit.org).
About Mixare, have fun with in you own Android apps. Ik will try to build something for fun.
Posted: July 28th, 2010 | Author: Kjeld | Filed under: Apple iPhone, Browser, Camera based, Channel, Marker based, Navigation | Tags: corporate, layar, sap | Comments Off
SAP has talked about a proof of concept about AR a while back.
The application is called Augmented Explorer [Prototype].
The prototype was developed using the Layar application.
But from the new screenshots
I can’t find a Layar reference anymore. [link]
It seems to be working on iPad/iPhone, hope to see more of it soon.
Posted: July 18th, 2010 | Author: Kjeld | Filed under: Browser, Camera based, Channel, Navigation, Platform | Tags: booth, demo, docomo, indoor | Comments Off
The terminal caddy? DoCoMo’s intuition search experience!
Posted: July 13th, 2010 | Author: Kjeld | Filed under: Apple iPhone, Browser, Camera based, Channel, Navigation, Platform | Tags: bart, junaio | Comments Off
This video shows the outdoor use of Junaio and to be specific the channel for Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART) which is the subway company in San Fransisco.
Posted: July 13th, 2010 | Author: Kjeld | Filed under: Apple iPhone, Browser, Camera based, Channel, Marker based, Navigation, Platform | Tags: junaio, kiosk, sdk, unifeye | Comments Off
The following video shows indoor navigation/information application Junaio which is demoed at KIOSK EUROPE EXPO 2010.
It is build using the UNIFEYE MOBILE 2.1 SDK from Unifeye Mobile.
Posted: May 27th, 2010 | Author: Kjeld | Filed under: Apple iPhone, Browser, Camera based, SGAREnviroment | Tags: sgarenviromentm simplegeo bsd | Comments Off
This is by far the best news I have write n all year.
There is an openSource SDK from SimpleGEO to build you iPhone apps.
We finally got our augmented reality SDK for the iPhone open sourced under the New BSD. http://bit.ly/9hjDAb Fork it!
Get the source and Fork it!
SGAREnviroment is here to stay.
Posted: May 21st, 2010 | Author: Kjeld | Filed under: Browser, Camera based | Tags: ar, kddi, twitter | Comments Off
Twitter with AR – SekaiCamera
1 ●. Overview
Which will be available from late June 2010 au mobile AR (Augmented Reality = Augmented Reality) application technology for “Sekai Camera ZOOM” in, “Twitter Client Features” the chip.
2 ●. Features
- “Sekai Camera ZOOM” air tag can post as “AR View Mode” and “Twitter” mode switches are available in tab.
- “Twitter” mode, the Timeline view, Tweeting, Ritsuito response (RT) function, management and follow-up functions are available.
- “Twitter” mode at the top of the timeline view displays the nearest air tag, click on “AR View Mode” switch to.
- “AR View Mode” When you post a tag in the air, Twitter You can also post to.
[ source ]
Posted: May 18th, 2010 | Author: Kjeld | Filed under: Apple iPhone, Browser, Camera based, Channel, Google Android, Platform | Tags: google, layar, zeitgeist | Comments Off
Layar has been presenting at Google Zeitgeist in London.
Have a look in what Maarten Lens-FitzGerald (Co-Founder, Layar) has to say.
Posted: March 21st, 2010 | Author: Kjeld | Filed under: Apple iPhone, Browser, Camera based, Google Android, Platform | Tags: mobilizy, silicon valley, wikitude | Comments Off
“#Wikitude goes Silicon Valley http://bit.ly/djsoC3 ”
That message was in my twitter stream this morning.
Apperantly the guys from Mobilizy are getting the assistance of the chamber of commerce in Austria (Wirtschaftskammer) to go to Silicon Valley.
Check the source article more…..
Martin Lechner lead developer of “Mobilizy” sees this as a springboard into the American market, “because, of course, Silicon Valley still for software companies is the measure of all things. And the closer the Silicon Valley, the easier it is doing as a company and potential customers attract investors to shore. “