Monday, November 30, 2009

Augmented Reality on Google Maps


Junaio is a mobile and online platform that lets users create, explore and share information 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.

In the video above you can see an augmented 3D T-Rex placed on the Golden Gate Bridge. These 3D objects can then be discovered by others who come across the same location. Or you can search for restaurants, cafes, museums, bars or shops etc. in Google Maps and see the results in a 360° augmented live-view of the camera.

Junaio has partnered with film company Focus Features to licence memorable 3D characters from its hit animated movies '9' and 'Coraline' on the platform.

Junaio is currently available on the i-Phone. Download from the App Store:


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