Laylar: first augmented reality browser for Google Android and iPhone

We are seriously excited about augmented reality and the excitement meter has just gone up to 11. Laylar, the augmented reality browser is now availab

We are seriously excited about augmented reality and the excitement meter has just gone up to 11. Laylar, the augmented reality browser is now available to download in the Android app store worldwide.

Laylar displays real time data on top of objects in the real world. Point your Android phone's camera at buildings and you'll get information about bars, shops and houses for sale. It'll also give your tourist information. You can also see tweets from people around you too.

Laylar pulls data from Twitter and Wikipedia as well as apps like Brightkite and Yelp. Currently it's only available as a free app for Google Android phones but once Apple allows augmented reality with iPhone OS 3.1, it's coming to your iPhone.

Learn everything you could possbily need to know about augmented reality with our 5 things you need to know about augmented reality feature.

Are you excited about augmenting your reality? Tell us what information you'd want included in the Laylar browser below. And see Laylar in action over on the Cool Stuff blog