We did talk about the Junaio augmented reality browser some time back, and it seems as though there is a brand new version of the browser that was launched this week, touting a new interface that promises easy and immersive browsing with mobile devices. The whole idea of the new Junaio interface is to have the vastness of the Internet being “projected” into the real world over a smartphone, or to browse the world just like one does with the Internet.
Metaio claims that their new release of Junaio represented “the most advanced AR browser and open development platform.” This particular browser was meant to deliver AR (Augmented Reality) into everyday world experiences including gaming, the locating of buildings, placing an order from a restaurant menu, or even when you are walking in the right way along the subway. Users of Junaio, how do you find it so far? Has it lived up to your expectations?
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