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  • Google
  • Nokia
  • Yahoo! Inc.
  • AND Automotive Navigation Data
  • earthmine
  • First American Spatial Solutions
  • NAVTEQ
  • Waze
  • Google
  • NAVTEQ

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Ori Inbar
Founder, Ogmento

Website | @comogard

Co-founder of Ogmento - developer and publisher of mobile augmented reality experiences made in collaboration with the best and brightest AR makers in the world; Author of Games Alfresco – the #1 blog for augmented reality; President of the Augmented Reality (AR) Consortium - an international group of pioneering AR companies dedicated to advancing the AR industry through collaboration. Ori is a recognized speaker and a sought after advisor for augmented reality initiatives.

Sessions

General
Location: Regency Ballroom
Raven Zachary (raven.me), Mok Oh (EveryScape Inc.), Will Carter (Nodesnoop Labs), Ori Inbar (Ogmento), Anthony Fassero (earthmine, inc)
Mobile devices with location-based services and always-on data services are making it easier to bridge the virtual and physical worlds into a single, shared space. What was once a distant vision of augmented reality is starting to take shape on a new class of smartphones, including the Apple iPhone and Google Android. This session covers today's offerings that merge physical and virtual spaces. Read more.