Augmented Reality on mobile platform

Just came across this wonderful site “Layar“. Layar is augmented reality application on your mobile phone which shows what is around you by displaying real time digital information on top of reality though the camera of your mobile phone. Content Layers are the equivalent of web pages in normal browsers. A layer is the digital view that is added to the camera view. Guess if this will be possible on future versions of flash on mobile devices. Currently they work on IPhone, Symbian and Android platforms.

Flash Player 10.1 on Nexus One – the new Google branded phone.

Adrian Ludwig previews Adobe Flash Player 10.1 on Google’s Nexus One. Nexus runs Android natively. Nexus is designed by HTC, built on QUALCOMM’s Snapdragon chipset. A good example of active participation by the open screen project members.

India goes DoCoMo !


Hoardings/Ads  of TATA DOCOMO are lashing city boards, banners, televisions in a massive way.

TATA , One of the largest mobile operators in India, is now bringing  “D0C0M0”  implementation to Indian mobile users. Tata DoCoMo was formed in 2008  as an alliance between Tata Teleservices and NTT DOCOMO.

This partnership will bring promising opportunities to both mobile developers and users alike. Benefiting development which was earlier held back due to weak backbone. some of the key features tolook out for  incude:

2 GHz (UMTS2100) /800 MHz(UMTS800(Band VI)) / 1800 MHz(UMTS1800(Band IX)) bands.
You can read more about TATA DoCOMo here