A behind-the-scenes look at the Augmented Reality technology being used by the Royal Ontario Museum to bring their newest dinosaur skeletons to life as part of the exhibit Ultimate Dinosaurs: Giants of Gondwana.
All you have to do is to download the museum’s free app, scan the markers or the dinosaur’s bones around the exihibition and then you’ll see 3D dinosaurs model right in front of you.
The Sancho Plan is an arts collective based in London, their aim is to combine creative talents to create innovative immersive sonic experiences. This performance took place at Millenium Squadre, Bristol in April 2010.
One of the best April Fool’s Challenge from Google.
This time, Google partnered with Nintendo and Pokémon to create a new Google Maps challenge. Google hid 150 of the digital monsters around the globe on Google Maps, encouraging users to explore the globe to “catch them all.”
Google also released a YouTube video that claims that anyone who finds all 150 by April 2 will be invited to Google Headquarters in Mountain View, Calif., to compete for a new job at Google, the resident Pokémon Master.
Are you ready to catch them all?
Augmented Reality art invasion!
Artists and curators Sander Veenhof and Mark Skwarek are orchestrating a DIY Augmented Reality Art Invasion at MoMA on 2010 October 9th as part of Conflux Festival, a NYC festival dedicated to “art and technology for the creative exploration of urban public space.”
AR Museum: a markerless Augmented Reality system
Made for the Mobile Museum of
Winter Youth Olympic Games 2012 Innsbruck, Austria
Coca-Cola is partnering with WWF to raise awareness and funds to help conserve the Arctic home of the polar bear, which is melting. The 17th of February the Science Museum of London, using Augmented Reality, brought the polar bear closer to people.