Popular Science: 3D Interactive Cover

Popular Science Xooms in

Published on Feb 16, 2011

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An augmented reality cover on March issue of Popular Science lets you check out the Motorola Xoom tablet in 3D.

By simply holding the cover up to a webcam, iPhone or smartphone, readers will be able to virtually preview the Xoom and discover its features and benefits by aiming the magazine at specific logos. They can also interact with the device's 3D Google Maps app and YouTube interface. The magazine used augmented reality software developed by Munich/San Francisco based company, Metaio.

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Feb 16, 2011
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