This is pretty cool. Some basement developer in Toronto has cooked up an Android app that figures out which geocoded traffic cameras are on your estimated route, allowing you to check out conditions down the road before you get stuck in a jam. Trust me, having gone down the 401 a few times myself, it’s not somewhere you want to be around during rush hour. For a wider view, you can also look at traffic conditions in map mode. I’m still not sold on the interface in the proper augmented reality portion of the app, which overlays a list of bullets of the traffic cameras in the direction you’re pointing the phone, but it’s nothing a few good coats of paint can’t fix. Proximity alerts for speed traps and user-defined points of interest are also snazzy features, and make this a really well-rounded driving companion app. It looks like they’re working on some real estate points of interest for the future, too. If you’re in the Toronto area and packing a Magic or Dream, check out Augmented Traffic Views in the Android Market. Best of all, it’s free!