It looks like the guys at HyongaSoft, known for their entertaining music-based applications, are working to enhance their digital compass app for the Omnia II by giving it some Augmented Reality love. It’s now called “OMPASS World Cities” and it can display the directions of different cities, along with information regarding their respective countries and distances.

As shown in the video below, this is done by using the Omnia II’s compass, GPS and camera. The Pro version will have a “city life” feature, which can display theater, shopping, road, subway and other local information. It’s currently in beta and you can expect to hear more in about a month.

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