So far we've only had the chance to hear what Nokia's sweet-sounding City Lens augmented reality app is capable of. If you've got a Nokia Lumia 900, 800, or 710 you can get a beta version of the app right now.
City Lens works much like Yelp's Monocle: Point it at a street corner and your phone's screen will serve up the names of the restaurants and stores you're looking at. Sounds like something you want to check out, right? Here's how.
If you want to download the app, you can simply search for it in the Windows Phone Marketplace from your handset. But if you're feeling really adventurous, you can use the following QR code (UGH!!!!!) to get access to the beta.
These are the instructions on downloading the app straight from SlashGear:
1. Press the Search button on your Nokia Lumia and then tap Vision
2. Scan the barcode
3. Tap on the link when it appears on the screen
4. Install the application from the Windows Phone Marketplace
Our office Lumia isn't cooperating right now, so everyone go give it a shot and let us know what you think! [SlashGear]