The iPhone live camera view overlaid with Wikipedia content. Wikitude for the iPhone is here, with its World Browser app mashing up a popular feature referred to as Augmented Reality iPhone apps combined with Wikitude’s Wikipedia content for the iPhone. This is a great app for travel and tourists as well as learning about your surroundings in real time. What you see is an annotated landscape, mountain names, landmark descriptions, and interesting stories, making it Augmented-reality for everyday use.
Wikitude for the iPhone will be released soon and it is already available for G1, G2 and myTouch phones. More than 370,000 world-wide points of interests (cafes, museums, schools, caves, castles, archaeological sites, battle fields) can be searched by address by overlaying information on the real-time camera view of a the iPhone, as you hold up the device. See a list of museums nearby sorted by distance and links Detail, Map, Drive.
Developers can use the powerful Wikitude API to create markerless AR experiences using devices such as the iPhone.
Here is a video demo of the Wikitude app on the G1 Phone
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