Augmented Reality

With the renaissance of virtual reality, augmented reality also found its way to end users. Extending the world we see with information. A technology that enables many applications in a short time. With augmented reality, computer generated elements can be inserted into a real environment. Architects can offer their customers design proposals in a short time, even in empty rooms, which can be directly and interactively examined by the customer. The industrial mechanic can find his way to the object without ever having been on site. In film and television production, the director can plan virtual equipment elements and camera perspectives at a film location in order to send his ideas directly to his film team. Augmented reality is a hot candidate for the position of champion in the world of computer-aided design and planning.

Scenograph AR

Scenograph AR is a tool that enables virtual scenography through the use of augmented reality technology on a mobile device.

Scenograph AR

On a commercially available tablet such as the Ipad, virtual elements can be inserted into the scene in real size. The director, set designer or cameraman can thus get an impression of the film scene. The 3D models can be moved by the user and saved as a scene file. By creating screenshots, the results can be quickly transferred to the production. ScenographAR is a visualization tool and also serves as a communication tool between the trades. The 3D models are uploaded to GoogleDrive or an FTP server, so that each production can test its own models, e.g. from the VFX department or the equipment, in the visualization.

Felipe de Castilia

For museums and exhibitions, augmented reality apps can be created for common smartphones and tablets. This allows users to project, move and explore exciting exhibits in their original size in space. Here, the sarcophagus of Filipe de Castilia is explored virtually with descriptions interactively.