Via Scoop.it – internetbillboards
Back in mid-2010 a company called Personalize Media conceptualized what the iPad 2 (which, at the time, was only suspected of having cameras) would be capable of, using an imagined “reality browser The potential for clever real-world ad-related AR apps is immediately evident from the video, along with rich media content hidden in AR links inside printed material like newspapers. Metaio is a big name in AR on the iPhone–back in 2009 we wrote about its interesting AR experiment to “tag” the real world–and it’s already been experimenting with the AR opportunities afforded by the new iPad. iPad ARThe iPad 2 is getting all sorts of praise, but something interesting is emerging: Are its light weight, large screen and twin cameras perfectly positioned to make the iPad an Augmented Reality giant?
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