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Sekai Camera taps smartphone sensors for 3-D social networking

8/16/2010 04:29 PM EDT
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re: Sekai Camera taps smartphone sensors for 3-D social networking
R_Colin_Johnson   8/17/2010 4:47:38 AM
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Can you think of a application for which you could use the Sekai Camera app? How about a treasure hunt game where "virtual" prizes are left in odd locations that you have to track down with mid-air clues you can only see with your Sekai Camera? How about a life-sized board game where only you can Sekai Camera users can see the pieces? Can you think of a application for which you could use the Sekai Camera app?

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