These slides use concepts from my (Jeff Funk) course on Business Models at National University of Singapore to analyze the business model of Augmented Reality for travel. Augmented reality superimposes information on top of our sensory data. One way to do AR is to use a smart phone’s camera to view a world with information superimposed on the smart phone’s display. For travel, nearby places of interest can be provides along with ratings, reviews directions, public transport, and other information on them. This information can be obtained from Google Earth and other sources. The slides describe the value proposition, method of value capture, customers, scope of activities, and method of strategic control for two startups involved with AR and travel.