Augmented Reality Comes to Mobile Game Development

Augmented Reality Comes to Mobile Game Development
Qualcomm today announced the immediate availability of its Augmented Reality (AR) Extension for Unity, a leading 3D video game development platform with 250,000 developers.

Qualcomm's AR Extension for Unity will enable developers to use Unity's game development tool to build augmented reality applications for Android smartphones.

Unity technologies has gained a large share of developers building 2D and 3D games on the iPhone and iPad platforms. The company has recently launched a first Android development tool.

Qualcomm has released its vision-based augmented reality SDK early October (read here).

Thursday, November 11th 2010

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