Use your rear-facing camera like binoculars, but instead of bringing distant objects into focus, you will reveal deeper virtual content left at points of interest by you and your friends.
This is not your typical augmented reality browser for three reasons.
1. At first, you may not see anything through the camera, because you and your clique create the points of interest (POI) marks. You are not force fed commercial data from the usual sources.
2. Secondly, you do not log in with any identifying information. The handles can be random, spontaneous, anonymous and disposable.
3. Lastly, the companion website at http://spideronfire.com allows interaction from the desktop when mobile access is not available.
Henceforth, turn on your GPS and WiFi and start using the camera as your personal internet binoculars. Moreover, create your own world view by floating your art, photos, messages and web pages at or above real physical locations that interest you and your friends.
More importantly, stop staring down at your handheld and look up through your camera for one gesture searching by simply scanning the horizon to reveal content beyond your line of sight.
The possibilities are endless with the ever-changing sky as the limit.
For Samsung Galaxy s3 and higher try
2 Widespread Augmented Reality: http://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.warmixare2 .
12/27/2014 - Bitmap listview
11/24/2014 - UI and GPS enhancements
5/13/2014 - Contact clique members
04/25/2014 - Geotag button now has a notepad.
04/10/2014 - Gallery button under Share.
01/26/2014 - Touch camera objects to reveal linked content. (restored)
12-18-2013 - Featured at Augmented Reality Trends http://www.augmentedrealitytrends.com/ar-app/the-widespread-augmented-reality-android-app.html.
Note: If on Samsung S3 or Jelly Bean search "warmixare2"