LG have released the world’s first 3D enabled phone – the LG Optimus 3D – and now it’s getting three dimensional augmented reality.
That means that the objects hovering in your field of vision will now fit more seamlessly into the three-dimensional world rather than sitting flatly on top of it. Pretty lush. It also means you can see more because entries don’t overlap.
LG have done a deal with Wikitude – the Augmented Reality browser – to build a three-dimensional browser into the phone.
Not great for the battery we imagine – but still – dreamy.
Users will be able to download Wikitude 3D from LG World for free, in June this year[via OneMobileRing]