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The First Mobile Augmented Reality Browser!

Posted by Yenova | Thursday, June 18, 2009 | | 0 comments »

The world's first mobile augmented reality browser called Layar has hit Android devices, making many owners of other mobile devices envious.

Layar shows you what is around you by displaying realtime digital information on top of reality through the camera of the mobile phone. Just flip through the directory of layers and find ATM's, bars, houses for sale, hotels and other cool stuff around you.
The application requires the use of GPS, Digital Compass and Camera within the mobile device for it to work. The new iPhone 3G S has meet these requirements and the developers of this app are working hard on porting it to the iPhone and other devices.

Other handsets and operating systems are in development with a prime focus on the iPhone 3G S.



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