At CES 2012 Sharon Vaknin takes a first look at the free augmented reality app for iOS and Android, which can make an ordinary magazine cover come to life.
Initially launched in July of last year, Aurasma, the augmented reality platform for Android and iOS, has just gone 3D.
Augmented-reality company ups its game, adds motion graphics to virtual items so any real-world object can act as an AR trigger.
At the Demo conference, Aurasma shows off new interactive augmented reality technology, 3D-I At the Demo conference, Aurasma shows off new interactive augmented reality technology, 3D-I
Technology will enable smartphone and tablet apps to recognize physical objects and images and layer virtual objects over them.
Companies like Google and Qualcomm are diving head first into augmented-reality tech. Molly Wood grabs a smartphone and meets up with Hewlett-Packard's Aurasma to see how San Francisco looks through an AR lens.
Influenced by the Nike+ FuelBand and Fitbit Ultra, Molly signs up for a half marathon! Plus the knives come out to unbox the Personal Rover and to create a DIY NFC Phonedock.
Marvel and Aurasma team up to give you a clever way to integrate DVD extra-style augmented reality features with print superhero comics.
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What will Web browsing look like in the future? SmartPlanet's Sumi Das explains how augmented reality will help museum paintings turn into talking art teachers and ordinary billboards play movie trailers.