Augmented Reality & digital projection
Augmented reality projects, software, uses, and digital projection mapping
Help Bring the Past to Life
Have you ever gone to a battlefield and wished that you could go back in time and see how the battle unfolded, or talk to one of the participants or witnesses of the event? The American Battlefield Trust is starting a project that just might be the next best thing to time travel. It’s called “augmented reality,” or “AR” for short, and we are going to use it to bring people and events to life at Gettysburg.
Museum of London Releases Augmented Reality App for Historical Photos
"Streetmuseum is a new (and free) augmented reality iPhone app created by the Museum of London that allows you to browse historical photographs in various parts of the city. The app leads you to various locations around London using either the map or GPS. Once you’re there, click the “3D View” button, and the app will recognize the location and overlay the historical photograph over the live video feed of the real world, giving you a brief glimpse into how the past looked."