ARART is an augmented reality app that allow translate a painting in a dynamic animation. Developed by Japanese artists Kei Shiratori, Takeshi Mukai and Younghyo Bak
Turning your ipad into an x-ray scanner, combine augmented reality and tablet is possible to see details invisible by human eyes.
Volvo X-RAY application turns your iPad into an X-Ray scanner of the vehicle.Allows the user to see a full 360 degree view of the vehicle.
A new adv agency in amsterdam developed “Paint job” an app that allow to hijack Rijksmuseum exhibitions. The idea is simple, to scan a painting and add a fake layer on it. Of corse is not a good way to discover masterpices on museum, it’s a self promotions for this young agency but the viral effect is really funny, they were able to change the focus of an exhibition experience and transform ancient artworks in contemporary and provocative advertising.
Rijksmuseum Amsterdam gets hijacked with virtual exhibition ‘Paint Job’
Experiencing art in a new way. Virtual exhibition ‘Paint Job’ in which the renowned Rijksmuseum gets hijacked. Visitors will be able to scan paintings with their smart phones using the Layar Reality Browser app. As a result a virtual layer appears on top of the physical painting.
Augmented Reality + RealTime Water Flow Simulation
Google reveals an important project about augmented reality, called Project Glass, incorporate maps, mails, message, socials and much more into glasses. The prototype model is not really beautifull but the video shows a good example of usage, instant notifications, ready-to-use apps. Insert apps in devices that are not only smarthphones or tablets is the next step, and glasses seem to be a good choice for this kind of interation. Sure I can’t buy glasses of this shape!