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. “
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!