Here we guide users directly in AR. We use a breakthrough technology developed by MuseoPic in order to provide a continuous AR experience across large environnements. Visitors can walk their way for several minutes and continue to see virtual objects precisely aligned with the environment.
Here we showcase this system in an app dedicated to tradeshow visitors , in order to find a particular booth.
In this video, we present the app we developed for the Printing Museum of Lyon (France).
In this video, we present the app we developed for the Bourgoin-Jallieu Museum (France)
Here we reposition movie scenes in streets with Augmented Reality.
The movie scene in this video was filmed in 1980.
Here we translate text from a roman gravestone, from Latin to French
Here visitors can turn pages of books located under a glass display.
This use iBeacons technology to guide a visitor to a particular artwork.
Here teenagers have imagined and played little sketches about the history of a Castle. We projected these sketches in augmented reality in the Castle.
Here we make an artwork interactive. All the related content is divided into different parts, that the visitor can activate by selecting the related part of the artwork.
This has been developed for an escape game taking place in Creil Museum (France).
We start from an object which is in the exhibition space, and we use AR to surround this object by a video explaining its past.
Here a dance performance is recorded in a specific place, and projected again, very precisely, in the same place.
Show the different steps in the creation of a painting.