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World’s First Vision Based AR Navigation For iPhone

When it comes to augmented reality (AR) technology, it is still a relatively new field that has yet to be fully taken advantage of, but there has been instances in the past where augmented reality have been applied in a really innovative manner and now Lustancia is pleased as punch to announce their release of TapNav, which is touted to be the world’s first vision based Augmented Reality GPS Navigation. The application is right now available for download over at the Apple App and it is actually a GPS navigation application that will work on the iPhone, helping drivers out as they are behind the wheel………….

 

Lustancia is excited to announce the release of TapNav, the world’s first vision based Augmented Reality GPS Navigation. The application can be downloaded from the apple appstore in US, Germany, France and Spain. TapNav is a GPS navigation application for the iphone to assist drivers. TapNav is powered by the most advanced techologies in computer vision which allows the camera of the iphone to detect lanes at 29 frames per second. ‘Computer vision‘ and ‘lane detection‘ are the keys to providing an intuitive and precise driving directions to the user. TapNav provides turn by turn navigation and voice assistance that aids the AR based experience. The price is $2.99 for 60 days usage of the full app with monthly subscription after the 60 days expire. Routing with the application will stay free. mSonar, the development studio within Lustancia LTD, plans to continuously update TapNav with a vision of becoming a full-package driving assistant application to help people get to their destinations safer and faster.

 

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