Weekest Links 10/15 – 10/22

written by Jack Dashwood in AR Weekly Update on 22. Oct '12

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We’re doing what week can. 

metaio | junaio recap

Metaio Scales Augmented Reality, Releases New Research And Technology To Community [press release] [blog post]

Metaio’s New SDK Allows SLAM Mapping From 1,000 Feet (see picture above) [article]

Metaio Opens Up Augmented Reality Tools to Non-Developers [article]

Metaio unveils programming language for building augmented guide apps [article]

(Coverage from InsideAR 2012) Scaling the Metaio City! [article]

Metaio announces new SDK to enable AR on anything, anywhere [article]

Photo Finish for Junaio Augmented Reality & Concepteers [blog post]

Experience the new Ford Figo with Junaio App [video]

upcoming events

Metaio will deliver the keynote at this year’s M3 Conference – Columbus, OH Oct 25-26 [event site]

Metaio will present at the 2012 Constellation Research Connected Enterprise – Orange County, CA [event site]

there are things that are happening

Augmented Reality Glasses: What’s (Literally) On The Horizon [article]

Yihaodian, Chinese E-Grocer, To Open Augmented Reality Markets Where Users Shop With Phones [article]

pick of the week: klangkarussell, “sonnentanz”

I discovered this little gem while I was in Munich. Enjoy.

Jack

Jack Dashwood
Jack knew that he was interested in Augmented Reality ever since he learned how to read at age 25. Fast forward and Jack now works at center of the universe when it comes to AR: the offices of Metaio. How did he wind up here? We don’t know, but we have yet to find a legitimate excuse to get rid of him. In the meantime we let him work on the blog and run the Metaio US PR operations. When not talking and writing about AR technology, he can usually be found augmenting his reality by more traditional means down the local pub.

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