augmented reality gets social via iPhone

a stray email arrived which unlike most – I found interesting and cool – however the voice-over on the intro video could be younger and hipper to get global ravers – maybe – but the backing music is however cool… check out the dinosaur hmmm

Watch the video: http://www.youtube.com/user/metaioAR#p/a/u/2/2_fYcdH2nMY

metaio, Inc. is proud to announce that junaio – the world’s first social augmented reality platform is now available in the App Store. The application is free and available globally on all iPhones. Users without an iPhone can also edit and share 3D augmented reality images via the online platform on http://www.junaio.com .

junaio is a mobile and online platform that lets users create, explore and share information in a completely new way using augmented reality and location-based content. Users can place 3D objects, Twitter messages or websites into the real world and then share their creations with friends through social networks such as Facebook.

Download from the App Store:

http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/junaio/id337415615
Visit the website: www.junaio.com

Get Updates on the junaio community: http://junaio.wordpress.com/

Watch the video: http://www.youtube.com/user/metaioAR#p/a/u/2/2_fYcdH2nMY

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2 responses to “augmented reality gets social via iPhone

  1. wow, sounds so cool.
    might gonna try this apps soon.
    🙂

  2. Melissa Digitalis

    Wow this sounds great 10 years ago, mobiles, cameras and walkmans were like big bricks…now you can have them all rolled up into one neat device. Who would have thought this would be the norm back then? What would your ideas for the phone be in the future, share your ideas on The Tomorrow Mural. http://tiny.cc/RVvuX

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