Posted: August 12th, 2009 | Author: Kjeld | Filed under: Apple iPhone, Browser, Camera based, Google Android, Platform | Tags: api, developer, mobilizy, open, wikitude | 1 Comment »
Developers get ready..
Here is a video of the use of the OpenAPI that wikitude has available for every developer out there.
I can’t wait to see what the results are!
Akira Sasaki, one of our WIKITUDE API Beta Testers from Japan, has created a wonderful tutorial for the WIKITUDE API in Japanese. This tutorial is great resource to help get you quickly started with creating your own augmented reality applications. どうもありがとう。 Dōmo arigatō Akira-san! Gambatei everyone!
Posted: July 10th, 2009 | Author: Kjeld | Filed under: Apple iPhone, Browser, Camera based, Google Android, Platform | Tags: api, ar war, developers, mobilizy, press-release, wikitude | Comments Off
Wikitude (the makers of the first AR browser on a mobile in the world) have released a GEO-tagging website that helps developers to use there application.
Mobilizy GmbH introduces enhancements to its award winning WIKITUDE Mobile AR Platform, focusing on end users and opening up an application-programming interface (API) for developers. The enhanced WIKITUDE Mobile AR Platform consists of three components:
1. WIKITUDE World Browser – The original mobile AR browser and travel guide.
2. WIKITUDE.me – Wiki-tag your world (user generated geo-tagging portal)
3. WIKITUDE API – Build your own augmented reality application.
I wish them the best of luck!
Posted: July 10th, 2009 | Author: Kjeld | Filed under: Browser, Camera based, Google Android, Platform | Tags: api, ar war, developers, key, layar, sprxmobile | 1 Comment »
Layar has opened a API key request page.
According to there press-release they have a new strategy.
If you are interested in developing a Layer for there browser than got to http://layer.com/API and signup for a key request.
It is unclear to me what a developer can do with this key. There a no guidelines that I know of. So lets just what until next month.