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We get quite a few inquiries involving mobile augmented reality apps and pass on most of them. Why? For starters, we don't feel like we should waste potential clients' money. There's a huge gap between the practicality of current mobile AR apps and what's shown in marketing-driven or concept videos. A great example of this is World Lens . If you haven't yet checked out this AR tech it's a concept that is game changing -- it will literally translate Spanish text into English text in your mobile viewfinder when you load the app and point your viewfinder at text.
By Giselle Tsirulnik December 23, 2010 Ebay has invested in augmented reality A new research report by Forrester Research claims that augmented reality is way more than just a gimmick. However, mobile augmented reality is not delivering its promise – yet. According to Forrester, mobile augmented reality is not yet fully baked.
Merely half a day away from the end of the year, today is a great day to reflect on all the different happenings in 2010. One of the big things I have been looking back on is the growth of useful mobile apps for arts and culture audiences and managers. Here is a look at ten of these apps from the past year selected by the Technology in the Arts team and you, our lovely readers: The Florida Grand Opera | FREE