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Gimbal by Qualcomm: My Smartphone Knows Me Better Than YOUR Smartphone

Qualcomm may have just introduced a new era for the smartphone with its Gimbal platform. Gimbal knows you, what you like, what you eat, what you do, even, where you are. But not in a creepy way. The idea behind Gimbal is that your smartphone…

Mobile Shopping at American Apparel with Image Recognition – Video – (Uplinq)

Yesterday at Uplinq, Vuforia demonstrated its vast improvements augmented reality technology. The most impressive of their demonstrations, the mobile shopping app with American Apparel showed AR in action. Cloud based image recognition allows your smartphone to recognize an advertisement and then searches instantly through an…

Uplinq 2012: Qualcomm Keynote Round-Up

Today at Uplinq, Qualcomm set out to woo developers with their Snapdragon S4 processors, improved gaming graphics for smartphones and tablets and Vuforia augmented reality applications. Qualcomm demonstrated the capabilities the S4 dual core processor in comparison with the latest quad core processors.In addition to…

Lego Augemented Reality Shown at Intel’s IDF Beijing 2012

Augmented Reality is a technology that I really can’t get enough of, combine that with Lego and I think that we’ve got a winner! Sadly the demo shown at IDF wasn’t as cool as the Lego dragon that breaths fire or the Sesame Street AR…

Marvel Comics Augmented Reality App Brings You Behind the Scenes

Marvel Comics is keeping current as they have launched an Augmented Reality app called Marvel AR at South by Southwest Interactive. The app is being launched along side a line of comics called Marvel Infinite Comics, which will be available to readers from the standard…

Augmented Reality Makes Magazines More Interactive – Multiple Publication Demos

Augmented reality, in its simplest form, allows consumers to use their mobile devices to experience print products in a new and exciting way. An image that was once static on a page now comes to life—one that allows readers to see and hear the content…

Augmented Reality Chips on Intel’s Mind

Reuters reports that Total Immersion marketing chief, Antoine Brachet, says that they’ve been working with Intel to bring AR to Intel’s chipsets. Intel owns a stake in Total Immersion. According to Brachet, the chip could hit the market in two to three years.

What we …

Qualcomm’s Augmented Reality Picture Frame Demo

In the Qualcomm museum we found an oldly but a goody, an Augmented Reality picture frame. How it works is its based on Qualcomm’s Augmented Reality SDK, which is compatible with any Android 2.1+ device, together with their P2P technology.
The picture frames are actually…

WeTab MeeGo Tablet Shows Off Augmented Reality App

The WeTab… tablet, running MeeGo using metaio´s unique image processing capabilities, visitors get into some pretty cool Augmented Reality apps. You can catch a glimpse of how consumers will look at images, objects, museum pieces, billboards and natural sites in the future. Additional and dynamic

Inch High Stunt Guy: Augmented Reality Game

The Augmented reality SDK by Qualcomm has revolutionized leading-edge platforms and strategic services in the world of Android/iOS  tablets and mobile phones, especially with the use of a new game called Inch High Stunt Guy.
Because the Qualcomm SDK supports Unity  game developers can easily…

Green Lantern Augmented Reality Advertisement in Taipei, Taiwan

Green Lantern the movie has hit the silver screen with mixed reviews…well actually it was terrible! However, the augmented reality application out side of the cinema was good fun!  The augmented reality application uses a AR code or a sheet of paper which the webcam…

Total Immersion: AR Goes Beyond Gimmicks to Business

Founded in 1999, the French based company is also Intel VC backed and has already completed more than 850 projects and is the leading AR technology provider.
We got to check out a few projects one for kinex which allowed us to look at how…

Junkyard Jumbotron Delivers Instant Multiscreen Displays

Research labs are always coming out with all the cool stuff! MIT has developed Junkyard Jumbotron, an app enabling multiple devices, smartphones, notebooks, tablets in fact anything else with a browser to create a multi-screendisplay. The app uses QR codes to learn where each display…

UpLinq 2010 Highlights – Netbook Nation #19

UpLinq 2010 in San Diego June 30- July 1, 2010 was full of innovative products and devices. Netbook News was there to capture innovations around mHealth with the Dexcon Wireless Bandaid Offers 7 Days Glucose Monitoring and Bluetooth stethoscopes. Snapdragon tablets are the talk of…

Qualcomm’s Augmented Reality Demos Missed the Point

Qualcomm announced an Augmented Reality SDK and its ramping up with a Developer Challenge, they will accept just 25 developers to beta test the program. After the beta has concluded, a developer challenge with $200,000 in prizes will open and we’ll get to see the…