Augmented Reality

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As reported on GeekBrief, “Augmented Reality is all about added a layer (or multiple layers) of real-time data on top of what’s happening all around us. You can look at a building or a car in front of you. With augmented reality, your phone (or another device) will have software that analyzes what you’re looking at and provide information about it. You’ll be able to look through your camera and learn everything you’d want to know about when a building was constructed, who designed it, what businesses are inside, etc.”

VERY cool. I can’t wait for my first iPhone AR app (“cyber-glass” concept below).

11:36 pm on August 18, 2008
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