Nokia 3D World Gaze grew from a research project about the links between design and user experience, where one of the topics we were examining was mixed reality based interaction.
Nokia 3D World Gaze for Symbian and Meego updated. View quakes, tweets, photos and more from around the world.
We have just released an update for Nokia 3D World Gaze (version 2.4.23). During the past five months work has been ongoing with major changes in the database backend to allow more content and better performance in the future.
New features in this release include:
Written by Jaakko, Nokia 3D World Gaze team
We are happy to announce that Nokia 3D World Gaze is now available also for the Nokia N9! It has all the features of the Symbian version, plus a few extra ones we've added recently: you can now look for cities in Wikitravel.org and easily pinpoint the exact opposite side of the Earth. These features will also be available in the Symbian version when werelease the next update for Symbian; at the moment we are still working on it.
A new version of Nokia 3D World Gaze is available! In this second update we have several new features for your enjoyment. For example, there is a new view mode for freely traveling around the world, an option for seeing your physical location on the planet, right-side swipe menu, full support for Nokia E6, and many small fixes.
A new version of Nokia 3D World Gaze is now available! In this first update for the geospatial browser app, we have improved the user interface and fixed some of the biggest shortcomings of the first release.
We are proud to present Nokia 3D World Gaze, an experimental mixed reality application for your Symbian^3 devices. This app gives you a new kind of perspective: a 3D, real-time, first-person view to the entire world. You can simply look down through the Earth to see all the continents, cities, media, and other information where they exist in reality.