Augmented Reality Flashmob Mimics Human Statues

Augmented Reality Flashmob Mimics Human Statues
technology

Interactive artist Sander Veenhof is coordinating with the team behind the Layar augmented reality application to organize an augmented reality flashmob in Amsterdam's Dam Square.

Kyle Studstill
  • 14 april 2010

The Dam Square in Amsterdam is known for “human statue” performers posing as various fictional and imaginative characters for onlookers. Interactive artist Sander Veenhof is coordinating with the team behind the Layar augmented reality application to organize an AR flashmob in the square, held on the 24th of April. The event site includes a number of printable large-form QR codes that participants will be able to bring to the square, each of which will manifest a human statue-esque character brought to life by mobile AR.

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