Perhaps the next killer application. Why? Because it brings information into your camera-enable mobile  phone wherever you point it to. Augmented Reality is becoming the next great main feature for phones and computers as well and it could change the way we get information in real-time and play games. It’s one of the technologies I’m really looking forward to. Read the following press release and watch the video.

Quizás la próxima aplicación asesina. ¿Por qué? Porque aporta información a sus cámaras de teléfono móvil a donde sea que ustedes lo dirijan. La realidad aumentada se está convirtiendo en la próxima gran característica principal para los teléfonos y los ordenadores y podría cambiar la manera en que recibimos información en tiempo real y jugamos juegos. Es una de las tecnologías que estoy esperando con interés. Lean el siguiente comunicado de prensa (en inglés) y vean el video.

From/De: GoWeb3D

GoWeb3D to Deliver “Layars” On Mobile Augmented Reality Browser

GoWeb3D is selected as one of 50 developers globally to deliver content on Layar, the revolutionary new mobile augmented reality browser. Layar displays real time digital information in your mobile screen right on top of reality. Contact GoWeb3D to be among the first to deliver content via mobile augmented reality.

Boulder, CO and Gurgaon, India (PRWEB) July 15, 2009 — GoWeb3D has been selected as one of 50 developers globally to deliver content on Layar, the revolutionary mobile augmented reality browser. Layar displays real time digital information about your company, products, or services on top of reality in the camera screen of your mobile phone.

“GoWeb3D is ready to take orders to build augmented reality Layars for the mobile,” said Dave Elchoness, Managing Director of GoWeb3D in the US. “Imagine holding up your phone and seeing information about the world around you overlaid on the real life locations in the screen. For example, fast food chains, retailers, banks, realtors, and web 2.0 providers, just to name a few, can benefit from this amazing technology immediately and GoWeb3D can help.”

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GoWeb3D will deliver content for Layar, the mobile augmented reality browser.

“Take the wealth of information on the web and overlay it on your mobile’s camera view. That’s Layar. Even better, you can click through to information about what you’re seeing,” remarked Rahul Dutta, Managing Director of GoWeb3D in India. “So say you’re looking for a great restaurant nearby. Hold up the phone, select the right Layar, read reviews, and walk towards the marker. Want to make dining reservations? Just tap on the marker. Or how about searching for real estate? Hold up the phone and see all the housing options around you!”

Contact GoWeb3D to learn more about Layar and how you can benefit.

About GoWeb3D:
GoWeb3D is an award winning full service virtual worlds, web3D, web 2.0, and mobile augmented reality strategy, design, products, and development firm based in the US and India. GoWeb3D has extensive experience in Second Life, Opensim, and 3Dxplorer, among several other other social media and virtual world/web3D platforms. GoWeb3D is developer on Layar, the mobile augmented reality browser. GoWeb3D is a Nasscom Top 50 IT Innovator in India (as Trimensions Metaverse Development), and a Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) Innovation award recipient in the US.

About Layar:
Layar is a mobile augmented reality browser, developed by the Amsterdam-based company SPRXmobile. It displays real time digital information on top of reality in the camera screen of your the mobile phone. Layar was first released on June 17, 2009 in the Netherlands for Android phones. A version for the iPhone 3GS will be released end of summer; any other mobile phone with a GPS and compass will be considered.

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For more information, please contact Dave Elchoness in the US at 1-720-314-1725, dave (at) GoWeb3D.com, or Rahul Dutta in India at +91 9811778238, rahul (at) GoWeb3D.com.

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