November 24, 2013 in Business (F)
[prMac.com] Odessa, Ukraine - Augmented Pixels announces the availability of a new Augmented Reality technology aiming to bring high quality AR to the market.
A new technology by Augmented Pixels eliminates the known issues and flows of other available technologies, such as slow tracking, unstable image tracking indoors with artificial light, limited distance to marker image etc.
Augmented Reality solutions growing popularity in the recent years draw attention of different industries - marketing services, retail, education, construction, medicine, entertainment. The effectiveness or AR apps is based on several factors including but not limited to user experience and creativity. But the final result depends crucially on the technology that allows creating a great user experience.
Augmented Reality market is not saturated yet, there are several leading vendors who provide AR technology for custom projects and third-party developers. "We have tested literally all technologies by the leading companies. The result was disappointing. It was clear that non of them were great enough to create the product of proper quality that our client and their customers would love," states Vitaly Goncharuk, CEO of Augmented Pixels.
Developers team at Augmented Pixels has conducted a series of tests, comparing a new development with the leading AR technologies under different circumstances. iOS applications based on AR technology by Augmented Pixels showed the great stability and high-accuracy of image. Watch the test results in video on YouTube following the link below.
The full story behind AR technology creation is available on the blog.
At the moment Augmented Pixels uses the new technology for their B2B projects and works on SDK for third-party iOS developers.
Founded in 2010, Augmented Pixels (ex. AR23D) is one of the leading developers of Augmented Reality technology for mobile devices. Its product line contains games, AR browser and B2B solutions for retail, real estate, marketing and media. Copyright (C) 2013 Augmented Pixels Co Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod, iPad and iTunes are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.