Mobile World Congress

Mobile World Congress: Mobilizy shows his vision of augmented reality browser at the Mobile World Congress today presented Mobilizy Wikitude 4.0, the latest version of the leading augmented reality (AR)-browser for smartphones, for the iPhone. You is ready immediately for free download in the iTunes store ( Wikitude 4.0 is also available for Android and Symbian. With the new version of the successful AR browser, Mobilizy shows his vision as with augmented reality in the browser can be integrated. When looking at the screen of the iPhone camera viewfinder, Wikitude 4.0 shows even more real-time information.

Geo coded information from Flickr, Qype, Wikipedia, YouTube, Twitter, user-created content and currently still 50 more so-called worlds\”expand the views of reality. Users can configure these worlds and fade in or out. Thus, each user creates his customized augmented reality. Via the website can own easy and without programming skills Augmented reality of worlds\”will be created. More information worlds easier to read the large amount of information must be organized intelligently, to stay open.

Therefore Mobilizy has missed a completely new interface the Wikitude 4.0 browser, which convinces with self explanatory, easy operability. Toolbars, bookmarks and history help the user organize its augmented reality. Wikitude 4.0 is a major step for us and for augmented reality (AR) as a whole. This version is very close to a native integration with the Web browser. AR is much more than a marketing application, or a navigation tool. It exists since people use technology to create real-world analogies with media: time stamp on photos, audio tracks of documentary films, special effects in movies are examples of how images of reality with additional, useful information will be upgraded. Due to the technological development of smartphones, the factors now come mobility, positioning and real-time computing,\”explains Philipp Breuss-Schneeweis, CEO of Mobilizy.



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