The SeeWorld ARC educates SeaWorld-Orlando visitors about the park’s labor and animal captivity practices. With the SeeWorld AR app, park visitor's can scan informational texts within SeaWorld to multimedia overlays detailing the hazards of aquatic animal captivity.
The Death Drive(r)s ARC overlays digital “ghost bikes” at locations where a cyclist has been killed or seriously injured by a car in Jacksonville, FL. These augmented overlays work to (re)place the physical ghost bikes that once stood at these locations, thereby serving as haunting digital reminders of what Gregory Ulmer refers to as the “abject sacrifices” required to maintain petrocultural values.
Augmenting Atlanta is a critical AR walking tour that examines the rhetoric surrounding the Atlanta BeltLine urban redevelopment project, a historic 22-mile railway corridor that encircles the downtown area.
Hitting the (Hyper)links augments the spectator's critical experience at the Players Tournament, altering the cycle of spectacle and consumption inherent in the TPC site.
Articulated Detroit is an interactive mobile AR walking tour down Detroit's iconic Woodward Avenue. Building from Jeff Rice’s work in Digital Detroit: Rhetoric and Space in the Age of the Network, this digital public writing project seeks to interrogate how an iconic space within Detroit—Woodward Avenue—operates as a virtual and actual environment.
The Augmented Tarot is an augmented reality tool designed to assist users with their understanding of the Rider-Waite Tarot deck. When the camera sensor on a smartphone is pointed at any card in the Rider-Waite deck, an overlay instantly appears that provides annotated information on noteworthy iconography and symbolism present in the card.
Super PAC Scramble is a single-player augmented reality game that educates players about monetary donations for the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
Beginning with posters and graffiti from May 1968, Mobilizing pARis maps the circulation of texts on the streets of Paris and creates an AR route that reunites the spread of images with the spread of people and protest.
Comics ARchitected augments portions of the first issue of Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill’s The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen comic book series to demonstrate how the comics page functions architecturally, and how augmented reality can preserve or disrupt the reader’s experience of a comic when providing foreign language translations.
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