Raytheon recently developed RYT - Sound Through Android, an entirely new and innovative augmented reality technology that merges augmented reality with the power of the internet. Users simply need to have access to a smartphone with an Android operating system to take advantage of this technology. Users simply need to "mash" two technologies together: the specially designed RYT projector and the Google Android kit. The resulting gadget is not only a dually-interactive digital display screen but also a virtual projection system that project images directly onto a wall. Users can look around the room or view a scene from any angle by just looking at the device, thanks to the built-in image projector.
The idea behind RYT is simple: instead of streaming digital music or video, the user simply needs to install an app called RYTray. After doing so, he or she can start enjoying the impressive collection of RYT sounds through the RYT apps (such as RYTscape or RYTwaves) that are now available on the Android Market. RYT's founders, Jonnyuders and Mike Schmitz, have received numerous awards for their work in the visual technology area, including the Technology Review Lab of Excellence in Digital Media and Design, which recognizes the technology innovation within the category of interactive digital media. Users can look forward to experiencing the amazing technology created by RYT through the many RYT apps now available for the Android mobile platform.
The entire idea behind RYT - Sounds Of The Future, and the apps that it has created, is to give people an experience that is more along the lines of "VR Plus augmented reality." Users can enjoy high quality sound while being surrounded by the incredible clarity and resolution of an interactive virtual projection. Those who want to enjoy RYT through their smartphone will be happy to know that many RYT apps are free to download, and that downloading them will grant them access to more content and features than what is offered through the official site.