The Future of Mobile Internet Browsing

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Below is a video of a Mobile Augmented Reality browser. Basically, while you are walking the street, you can pull out your mobile phone and point it at anything. Then, using images recognition, a built-in compass and GPS the browser looks up information about whatever it is pointed at. The video shows pointing the browser at different buildings to see how much they cost. Then, it shows pointing the browser and buildings to see if there are any job openings within the building.

The video below shows this functionality in its infancy but you can imagine the things we’ll be able to do with this technology in 5 to 10 years.

This description does not do it justice. Watch the video below.

Ryan Williams



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