Augmented Reality Showcase

Augmented Reality Showcase

Based on the scientific results of the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Archaeological Prospection and Virtual Archaeology 7reasons build the digital model of the gladiators school in carnuntum. The result can now be viewed with a mobile device using Wikitude World Browser augmented reality software.

The Wikitude World Browser is a mobile application, which embeds the contents of a specific geographical location into the real camera image of the mobile phone. This technology is known as “augmented reality”, whereby the “reality” as seen via the camera image is enhanced by computer generated contents. Augmented reality is particularly suitable for archaeology: with augmented reality, 3D models of historical buildings, such as the gladiator school, can be visualised directly on site.

 


Credits: LBI ArchPro | Wikitude | Carnuntum | 7reasons

 

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