Starbucks Japan augments member cards with Junaio

Students workshop uses Junaio to create augmented Journalism

Robert Hernandez, professor of professional practice at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, demonstrated an AR tool designed by students in his “Augmented Reality & Journalism” course at USC’s eighth annual Teaching With Technology conference.

Using Junaio, Hernandez’s students augmented content within the Los Angeles Central Library. When Junaio is e.g. held up to a memorial statue of a torch that sits within the library, the user will see information, including photographs, news articles and video related to the 1986 fire that nearly destroyed the library.

Slanted Magazine #23 - Swiss Issue uses Junaio Augmented Reality

The 336-page issue of Slanted Magazine #23 utilizes materials to interpreted the opposing sides of Switzerland: A very shiny and structured surface against the raw and rough. This juxtaposition is represented in this issue with the use of the Chromolux-material. On the high glossy side, readers can follow the Tour de Suisse and the uncoated side features content of the Suisse Issue. Thanks to Augmented Reality and the Junaio app, readers can easily watch embedded videos of the Tour de Suisse on mobile devices.

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Augmented wine bottles with Junaio (in French)

French agency Avina used Junaio to augment the lable of Château Puech-Haut wine bottles. The project shows the potential of the AR technology offering a strong market differentiation for brands on one side and to enable the consumers to get more helpful product information on the other side.

Join 3D Geospatial Geneva Showcase

The 3D Geospatial Geneva Showcase is an open project showcase coinciding with an Open Geospatial Consortium event and sponsored by PEREY Research & Consulting to celebrate the city of Geneva while demonstrating advanced geospatial technology. Developers from around the world are welcome to submit projects and applications to be displayed during the showcase on June 11th.

Junaio supports ART to engage visitors

Artists and cultural institutions have a new opportunity to promote their exhibits in an engaging way - using Augmented Reality. Junaio Application is building a bridge between the artists and the visitors: on one side, artists can use Junaio to digitally augment their pieces of art, while visitors can use Junaio to discover more about the exhibition.

Vote for Metaio in the 2014 AWE Auggies

With the Augmented World Expo (AWE) just around the corner, we’re excited to remind everyone about the annual Auggie Awards. This year, Metaio is nominated for three awards: Best tools, Best Software, Best Enterprise Solutions. There are two ways to vote: directly through the AWE website or on Facebook.

Metaio and Toywheel Launch Global “AR Toys Competition”

Metaio and the Berlin-based development studio Toywheel launch the first global augmented reality development competition for toys and children’s games. The six-week competition will focus on the future of children’s entertainment, both in the toys themselves and how children will interact with digital media. Participation is open to both developers and non-developers, designers and even children , teenagers and parents with interesting ideas on the use of AR technology in the space.

Connectar – A New Junaio Certified Developer

Our newest Junaio Certified Developer, Connectar, offers a system that can connect your existing web content to Junaio and other AR platforms. They also have an online AR content creation tool. We spoke with Menno Ouweneel of Connectar about the company, their tools, and why they decided to become a Junaio Certified Developer.