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We the people of AR

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Mobile AR has been driven by three main parties: Wikitude, Layar & Metaio. As we shared some time ago, all three used proprietary AR format, for the simple fact that each one was trying to figure it out how to do it. Thus deploying AR was first based on which platform to use, leaving the…

AR with HTML5

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The computing industry is trying to make HTML5 THE standard, specially for the mobile world. And why not? The dream under HTML5 is write once deploy everywhere, a dream started by Sun with Java, we all know where that stands. Native vs. Web There has been a long debate on whether to take the native…

Google Glass Immersions, true AR

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When the initial video of Google Glass appeared online, many people automatically confused it with an AR device, which is, overlaying information on top of a live feed camera view. However, the first edition of Glass Explorers did not support any type of AR. Glass was “just” an tiny screen mounted over a eye glasses…

Bitcoins accepted for adding Augmented Reality POIs

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We in Mollejuo embrace the cutting edge, that’s one of the reasons we have been deploying AR worldwide. Bitcoin is the first crypto currency (a fancy way to call digital money) being taken seriously by humanity. As such, we are welcoming them! Now, when you are paying to add a site to our AR geolocation…

The WiFi crisis

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Many of us have lived the experience: We are perfectly “connected” to the WiFi network, however we can’t navigate or seem to do anything, what’s going on? Don’t even try an Skype call! The problem is the ubiquitousness of WiFi. Simply, there’re so many WiFi networks around in some areas that it becomes impossible for…

Top geolocated AR cities

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As the end of the year is approaching, we’ve decided to compile some stats. Without any further a do, here are the top 10 cities with geolocated AR users: London NYC Montreal (Metro/Subway) Rio de Janeiro Las Vegas Barcelona Boston Paris San Francisco Mexico DF The fact that those cities have the most users doesn’t…

Making sense of the Google Glass “Ticket”

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Two days ago a little part of the internet went wild because a woman named Cecilia Abadie had a ticket for wearing Google Glass while driving. That’s the short history of it, you can check it out below. The devil is on the details Well, the thing is that she was ticketed for two infractions:…

Roaming prices falling, if you build it they will come

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Lately there has been some developments within the telco world that will continue to impulse the usage and adoption of smartphones anywhere around the world. Online vs offline As we have dwell before, there is a big argument against and for deploying mobile apps to be used offline (i.e. not using internet connection). Developers have…

Don’t confuse impossibility with ignorance

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When human beings embark on a new endeavour it’s natural to initially feel that it’s impossible to accomplish it. As time goes by and this endeavour starts to evolve, things begin to look achievable, then the mood changes from impossible to “if I would have known that!”. Hopefully, after the happy ending of the endeavour,…

Why there won’t be an Apple TV device anytime soon

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We will not talk about the current Apple TV, which Apple have said numerous times, is a hobby, we’ll talk about the numerously rumoured Apple TV set (or whatever its final form would be). Let’s start by saying that is quite possible that such a device is already designed and built, the problem is there’s…