They are well known for creating mobile apps for iOS, Android, Windows and they’re one of the first to create a AR app for Google Glass.
One of the individuals responsible for this application, Ignacio Navarro, told the newswire EFE that the inclusion of this software in the Google Glass device provides access to a broad range of functionalities that will make a three-dimensional reality available to any user.
The application is ideal for visualizing images in three dimensions and interacting with them in various fields, including art, education, advertising, marketing and commerce, Navarro said.
He added that Empowar already is showing that it can be used successfully, for example allowing students to view images from their textbooks in motion and in three dimensions.
It also allows users to walk visually through a natural park and enjoy its flora and fauna from different angles of vision, as well as enable people to view videos or images of singers while listening to their music.
In the advertising field, companies will be able to offer their customers the ability to view their products in motion and even interact with them.
According to Navarro, the ability to augment images with computer-generated elements was already possible through smartphone cameras, but using Empowar with Google Glass makes for a much more comfortable experience for the user.
The headset, to which only a few developers have access for the purpose of creating applications, provides the user the added benefit of being very lightweight and perfectly adapted to a person´s physical features.
The new Google Glass is a device with a camera, GPS, bluetooth, microphone and a little viewfinder which provide to users a new way to see the world around, adding useful information in real time. Having a videoconference, chatting with your friends, sharing a picture with everybody or reading an email from our cell phone was difficult to believe some years ago, but today this is something that almost all of us do everyday.
Google Glass is equipped with a camera, GPS, Bluetooth, a microphone and a small visor that allows the user to view a display as well as capture images and record videos using voice commands.