Aug 28

yelp-logoAugmented Reality was not meant to hit the iPhone 3GS until at least the release of iPhone OS 3.1. Augmented reality uses your iPhone’s camera, GPS, and compass to show virtual items in the real world. Now Yelp comes with an application that can show information of restaurants etc. but the beauty is there’s an easter egg called Monocle. This features enables you to use Augmented Reality.

» Easter Egg In Yelp Application Activates Augmented Reality

Aug 03

We reported you about augmented reality before: here and here. So you probably know what it is. If you don’t, you can read another one of our augmented reality related posts here. This post is meant to show you what is possible with this technology. And that it most likely will be a part of the upcoming iPhone firmware; OS 3.1. This sure is exciting stuff.

» Augmented Reality; Stay Tuned For OS 3.1

Jul 25

tonchidot-camera2The L.A. Times reports that Apple will begin allowing developers access to the tools they need to produce augmented reality applications starting with upcoming iPhone OS 3.1. While there have been many impressive demos floating around showing the possibilities, these applications have used unpublished APIs which prevent them from being allowed on the App Store. » Augmented Reality To Come With iPhone OS 3.1

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