“We were really surprised to see how powerful the 3D hardware is,” the company’s CTO Peter Meier told TNW. “It allows us to create really sophisticated virtual content and interaction concepts.”
The company believes tablets introduce new and great opportunities for AR, including businesses who could use it for professional uses such as sales, training and maintenance. For those who missed a recent example of AR being used in this fashion, check out this video.
“AR will become a part of our daily lives, when AR experiences meet people, where they spend most their time: inside their homes or inside their workspaces,” Meier told TNW. “The iPad is perfectly built for AR shopping and AR casual games.”
The Junaio AR browser is expected to launch for iPad 2 soon, but here is a demo video showing what it’s capable of:
[Cross-posted on Future of Media]