Community Stories Augmented Reality (AR) Prototype

Posted by on March 14, 2018 in Featured Posts, TechMuse Blog, Technology and Museums | 0 comments

Community Stories Augmented Reality (AR) Prototype

We’re excited to announce a new prototype we’ve developed: an Augmented Reality application where visitors’ stories become embedded throughout a community.

People often ask: “What can you do with stories after you’ve recorded them in exhibits?” We’ve been happy to provide a number of ways that extend the reach of exhibits: 1) share them on the museum’s social media feed, 2) incorporate them in a curated playlist in exhibits, 3) create a signature exhibit destination such as a StoryFall. The Augmented Reality prototype adds another possibility for museums to extend their reach.

Stories recorded on Storykiosk and curated on our cloud based CMS can become Community Signposts located throughout a community. Here’s a demo of the app as seen on my iPhone:

We’re excited to move this forward, and think it presents a new model for using stories to connect exhibits to community. If you’d like more info, feel free to drop us a line.

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