While I’m not sure I really need weather in an augmented reality shell, I’m sure, after waking up in a strange, sunny city after a long bender, it could be useful to point your iPhone to the sky and get your current location and weather report. Barring that, it’s a nice proof of concept.
The app, called Meteo360, has three modes. When you hold the iPhone flat it shows a weather map. When you hold it up to the sky you see the city you’re in and the current weather, and when you hold it upright it turns on the camera and overlays weather information over the current scene.
The app will be free and should be available on the Apple store next week. You can visit the website, Xiaprojects for updates.