OOH’s Minority Report is Here —Of Amazing Pedestrian Crosswalk and Train Platforms
The OOH Experience —AR for Everyday Practical Use —2 Videos
Amazing Future of Pedestrian Crosswalks
Will an ad eventually find its way in?
The 18 second video below shows the future to safer crosswalks at busy intersections. And its amazing!
Future crosswalks in Tokyo via Tokyo Otaku Mode AR AugmentedReality
Another AR story below
Minority Report is Here, Literally Waiting on the Platform
Sara Tan, a freelancer and visual designer at ustwo works with Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality among many other mediums.
She made an Augmented Reality (AR) experience where one can view a map of the Sydney Rail Network. Where she lives and how she travels.
Check out her 28 second video⇓
Here is what Sara has to share:
“Want a quick glance of a transport map but there’s none around? I’ve made an Augmented Reality (AR) experience where you can view the map of Sydney Rail Network with your Opal card (Sydney’s public transport card) as a little side project. I’ve seen others have done this for their cities, so I thought it’ll be fun to do one for Sydney! This is done with Facebook‘s AR development platform, SparkAR. I’ve been playing around with it for the past month and I’m hooked! Here are some added benefits: 1. The AR can be triggered from Facebook app’s camera with a link, there’s no need to download an app just for it! 2. Most people have the standard adult opal card so the AR experience is accessible. Would love to know your thoughts or if I should publish it! 🙂 Map graphics and content belongs to Transport for NSW P/S: Apologies for the blur video, the names are clearly seen in real life 🙂 augmentedreality sparkar opal