MAGIS is a mobile augmented reality application focused on geographical points of interest.
Augmented Reality (AR) is the term used to define a direct or indirect view of a physical real-world environment whose elements are combined with virtual elements for creating a mixed reality in real time. It consists of a set of devices that add virtual information to the existing physical information, ie, add a virtual synthetic part to the real. This is the main difference with virtual reality, since it does not replace the physical reality, but superimposes computer data to the real world.
MAGIS complements the traditional display of geographic features on a map. It includes two synchronized display modes: map and AR itself.
MAGIS uses the free esri or Google Maps APIs to access and display background maps on which points of interest loaded into the application are presented, as well as a library of AR developed entirely by our company, to show all spatial data in AR mode projected onto the camera view of the mobile device.
MAGIS provides to users a set of functionalities that allow: