Integrating Augmented Reality technology to a mobile device, either phone or tablet, Project ARIM offers a new perception when exploring museums.
Revolutionizing the interaction between the visitor and the artefacts.
This project is in close cooperation with the Museum of Cultural History in Oslo to use Augmented Reality to fill the gap between the visitors and the artefacts with interactive stories and visualisations.
ARIM allows the Museum of Cultural History to test and evaluate the use of new interactive ways for the visitors to experience artefacts in the new Viking Age Museum.
A new perception when exploring museums.
The possibility to add a layer within the experience of visiting a museum will improve the educational moments and it become fun and interactive too. The enrichment of sensory perception using video, graphic and text elements has found a home within museums.
Extended Reality (XR) is revolutionizing the medical field by injecting innovation into the healthcare experience.
We believe that AR technology is a great fit for hotels and their guests because it addresses two primary traveler needs: information and entertainment.
For location-based extended reality (LBXR) we use real-time geo-data from a mobile device or smartphone to provide extended services to deliver information, entertainment or security.
Location-based extended reality use real-time geo-data from a mobile device or smartphone to provide information or entertainment.
We use a smartphone's GPS technology to track a person's location, if that person has opted-in to allow the service to do that. After a smartphone user opts-in, the service can identify his or her location down to a street address without the need for manual data entry.
With AR printing and packaging materials can come to live and become interactive quickly and easy, because of the real-time Augmented Reality technology.