Qualcomm has announced the commercial availability of its Augmented Reality (AR) platform that would enable developers to create their own AR apps and experiences for Android smartphones. Qualcomm already has over 6,000 developers registered for developing such apps. The world’s largest smartphone chipset vendor is expecting these AR apps to be a differentiating factor from its competition. While apps developed using Qualcomm’s platform will work on any smartphone running Android 2.1 or higher, th...
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Layar, the company behind the popular augmented reality app for the iPhone and Android smartphones, announced on Monday that Layar 5.0 is available. The latest iteration allows users to share screen shots — of anything they view through the application — through Facebook or Twitter. Layar 5.0 also provides new animation capabilities, which means some layer content can come to life in 3D form. Coincidentally, we were using Layar this weekend while walking around a new town, and while we find it much easier...
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