Media Grand News
We created this demo of 3D object tracking using Metaio’s Creator Mobile, Mobile SDK and XCode to create an augmented reality iOS app.
One of our clients came to us with a question, “Can we augment a model of one of our products without a marker, just the model?”
Art at the Edge working in conjunction with Moth Media and Media Grand have started to trial ‘Augmented Reality Experiences’ as part of their citywide Olympic sculpture project.
Layar released the first version of the Layar Reality Browser in June 2009. Since then, their initial idea of providing an open augmented reality platform has transformed into what appears to be a solid business model.
Jerry Walsingham, owner of Mail Boxes Etc (Bath), graduate of the University of Bath, Business Growth Advisor and new technology enthusiast contacted Media Grand with an idea to use augmented reality as part of his latest marketing campaign.
On the 25/26th May 2012, the first ever street performance with an additional augmented reality element, hit the streets of Bath. The performance itself was a passionate, well played out adaptation of Franz Kafka’s novel, The Trial.
Performing arts students from Bath City College are putting on a performance of “K”, a play adapted from Kafka’s “The Trial”. The performance will feature the UK’s (and possibly the worlds), first ever use of AR in a street theatre production.