With 3D devices making the mobile scene AR (Augmented Reality) browser Wikitude, is gearing up to take on the new trend head on. Specially for the upcoming LG Optimus 3D, Wikitude has announced a 3D ready AR browser.
The standard 2D AR version of their location based browser only displays overlapped objects, this 3D AR version will show places, landmarks and objects in 3D making them easily distinguishable. The company’s idea was to generate a better, more interactive and engaging real-time user environment. Thanks to the Optimus 3D’s glassless 3D capabilities the 3D optimized browser should lend quite a bit of overall functionality to the device’s Android usability.
3D Augmented Reality for a more interactive browsing experience
The browser allows users to discover details about their surroundings and access related Wikipedia articles and Twitter information.
The Wikitude 3D browser will be available on the Optimus 3D via LG World, LG’s dedicated application store and it’s free. It’s due out sometime in the middle of June.
Check out our hands-on preview of the Optimus 3D right here.
Published Date: May 12, 2011 06:17 pm | Updated Date: May 12, 2011 06:17 pm