A company called metaio announced the launch date of its mobile augmented reality platform called junaio. It’s November 2nd, and at least initially, it will be designed for iPhone developers, with plans to introduce Android and Symbian versions in the future, as well.
From the press release:
junaio will change the way we create, access and share information. By combining innovative online and mobile technologies, junaio will allow users to see location-based content through the display of a mobile device. Users can leave traces, messages or objects and visually interact with their friends or anyone else in the world. Already existing web services can be enhanced and completely new ways of interaction can be created. Whether it is social networks, multimedia content or game concepts â€“ virtually anything can be embedded in the real world and connected to a certain place. “The possibilities are endless, we are taking the Internet outside to the real world,” says Thomas Alt, Chief Executive Officer of metaio.
And that’s about all we know at this stage. If you’re into AR stuff, make sure to bookmark junaio’s website and follow their progress…