Since Pokémon Go hit the app stores, people have been wondering what other fictional universes they could be fun in augmented reality. Of course, Harry Potter is one that keeps showing up.
This video could be total bullshit, but I want to be believe.
Coming December 13 to iOS and Android from BulkyPix and developer int13, AR Defender 2 allows you to play 40 levels of tower defense anywhere you can fit a printed AR marker card.
You guys remember Valve's logo with the dude with a valve on his eye, right? If not, he's posted below.
Google is in the news this week not so much for their software and search offerings, but for their hardware, and whispers of an item yet to come.
In an attempt to demonstrate how Mortal Kombat on the PS Vita can be played anywhere, anytime, Warner Bros. and NetherRealm Studios get augmented reality fans all excited for nothing.
In the bleak corporate future of Syndicate, an intracranial DART 6 chip brings you before the "gateway into ultimate consciousness." This infomercial oozes Snow Crash-esque fiction, and know that in-game, you can toggle this augmented reality on and off. It coats your environment in a weird topographical aesthetic,…
I've only gotten to play with the PlayStation Vita's augmented reality functions for a few minutes, but the portable system's relatively powerful processor and high-resolution screen does a good job of selling the "magic" overlay effect. Does it look as good as this demonstration reel from Sony? Not quite—in real…
The last augmented reality game I played was Face Raiders on the 3DS, a game which turned the face of those playing the game into flying enemies which players could then shoot out of the sky. The new iOS AR game SkinVaders turns that idea on its head (geddit?) by using facial recognition software and the iPad or…
It is an AR card. It's made by Sony. It's for the PS Vita. And it's not the final design.
At first glance, The Hidden looks an awful lot like Face Raiders, one of the free augmented reality games pre-installed on every 3DS. Like Face Raiders, The Hiddenis a shooter that uses the 3DS' camera to superimpose things for you to shoot in your real world environment, turning whatever room you're in into a…
Sony uploaded a few videos today showing off some of the games from the newly detailed NGP lineup. In addition to three game-centric videos, there's also a featurette about Sony's history creating augmented reality games, which ends with a brief overview of the AR features for the NGP.
According to UK windscreen replacement company Autoglass, this video represents a future where augmented reality windshield displays can usher in a new era of driver safety. At least until gamers get a hold of them.
IHeartChaos' Cranberryzero was so impressed with the Nintendo 3DS augmented reality cards that he decided to have one permanently stabbed into his skin. What could be better than this augmented reality tattoo? I have a few suggestions.
What do you do when you get tired of playing with your new pet? You buy it a friend! Sony takes this fundamental pet handling tip to heart in the sequel to its PlayStation Move powered virtual pet, EyePet & Friends.
Looks like somebody was taking notes when Joel used his iPhone as a Nintendo 3DS AR Card, as an application has turned up on the Android marketplace doing just that.
Did you know you could use Nintendo's 3DS to do augmented reality on an iPhone? No, no. Not using an iPhone. I mean on top of an iPhone.
There will be sixteen games available on the Nintendo 3DS when it goes on sale on March 27, but its best games may be the ones built right into the machine. And video doesn't show the half of it.