At Wikitude we are thought-leaders in our space and are constantly pushing limits to maximize the value Augmented Reality brings to our users and partners. The following sections gives a little sneak-peak at innovative research areas we are currently investing in.
If you like what you see or are interested in participating in one of these projects, please don’t hesitate to drop us a note!
- Augmented Reality Standard ARML 2.0 in its Final Stage- This is a special message from our CTO Martin Lechner concerning the recent advancements in the standardization of augmented reality specifications. Having been on board with Wikitude almost since day one, I’ve seen a number of changes within the augmented reality field. With the ever increasing advancements in mobile and web technologies, augmented reality has [...]
- See Wikitude’s ‘AR window’ live on a mobile web page- More than three years ago, in October of 2008, Wikitude was the world’s very first Augmented Reality (AR) Browser. At the time Wikitude’s founder Philipp Breuss-Schneeweis pioneered the AR apps space as the Google G1 entered the market providing access to the required sensors like digital compass, GPS and accelerometer – the three basic components [...]