Metaio is an augmented reality company with offices in San Francisco, New York , and Munich. This organization offers Metaio SDK, a kit that can add 3D options, localization services, and tracking alternatives to augmented reality projects. Users could test AR technology with toys, car engines, and landscapes. In the SDK site, programmers can find overviews, classes for android, and classes for iOS.
With data being both more plentiful and accessible than ever, tools that help users quickly make sense of it become increasingly valuable. As expected, much of the data being used comes from social sites. We come across mashups that access this data and provide interesting ways of looking at it from influence circles, tweet impacts and search results. Here is a look at four that caught our attention.
Can we exploit the extraordinary ability that humans have to read faces to make sense of abstract data -- by rendering data as concrete facial features? That's a question raised by a recent ProgrammableWeb Mashup of the Day Pubmed Faceoff.
Google recently announced the new Google Earth Browser Plug-in, which brings the rich mapping and interactivity of the Google Earth application directly into the web browser, "bringing the full power of Google Earth to the web, embeddable within your own we site."