In March 2010 I created the Virtual Public Art Project an Augmented Reality platform for the public display of digital works of art.
VPAP created site-specific sculptures at different real world locations that inviting viewers in for close observation from all sides and from multiple perspectives.
Augmented Reality and Public Art
Augmented reality is a view of the physical real-world environment merged with virtual computer-generated imagery in real-time. VPAP merges the real-world physical environment of public spaces around the world with site-specific virtual sculptures that can only be viewed in-the-round using the iPhone 3GS and Android phones when one is at the sculpture’s real-world location.
VPAP is the first mobile AR outdoor art experience ever, and maximizes public reception of AR art through compatibility with both iPhone and Android phones.