QderoPateo is an interesting company we’ve covered here before, specializing in their own brand of augmented reality known as “Articulated Naturality.” The company is set to launch its very own device known as the “Ouidoo Scene,” that was specifically designed to handle the “merge of real-world environments with augmented reality’s 3D digital features.”
Being the first of its kind, the Ouidoo Scene goes well beyond traditional smartphones to include features like a multi-core CPU and multiprocessor chip system designed specifically to flawlessly handle the rigorous demands of articulated naturality applications.
Paul Saleh, General Partner of Menza Partners LLC and previously acting CEO of Sprint Nextel described it best in saying “the Ouidoo is the first fully capable augmented reality mobile device with a complete end-to-end platform designed specifically for Articulated Naturality. The Ouidoo from QderoPateo seamlessly blends the physical and digital world in a very natural way. Ouidoo is a giant leap forward in mobile computing that set a standard not only in chipset, hardware and speed, but in its ability to redefine the mobile Internet experience.”
Though the concept of augmented reality is just now beginning to take shape, QderoPateo’s take is far different. “Current sensor-based, camera view technologies only enable users to experience a 1.0 version of AR,” said Matt Gaines, Co-founder of QderoPateo. “With Articulated Naturality on the Ouidoo, we can achieve complete seamless integration, where virtual changes appear in real time for true interaction. Just like the PC evolved to become the tool for accessing the Internet as we know it, the Ouidoo will become the access device for the articulated urban world.”
QderoPateo plans to begin production of the device in Q2 to be compatible with TD-SCDMA, the Chinese 3G standard. A CDMA2000 EV-DO version for the U.S. and a W-CDMA and GSM version are also in the works.