Qualcomm’s augmented reality SDK has been available for Google’s Android devices for a while now and now Qualcomm has released a version of its Augmented reality SDK for Apple’s iOS.
The SDK is designed to make it easier for developers to integrate virtual content and real content together, and whilst Apple’s iOS already supports augmented reality, this new SDK should make it easier for developers to develop applications for both Android and iOS devices,have a look at the video below.
The video above shows the winners from Qualcomm’s Augmented Reality developer challenge, and their new SDK for iOS offers support for the iPhone 4, the iPad 2 and he iPod Touch fourth generation.
Source Tech Crunch, Mac Rumors
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