This is what you get when you add a compass to a data and GPS-enabled handheld device that has a camera – an extremely useful concoction of sci-fi proportions. Leave it to Yelp to deploy this type of AR to the iPhone first.

I’m not sure why Mashable is calling this an Easter Egg. Probably because “shake-to-activate-super-cool-feature” is not intuitive to discover at all. (I’m also not sure why Mashable suggests Yelp snuck this one past Apple.)

Puzzles abound. Nonetheless, enjoy the video.

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