Category Archives: Augmented Reality

Curzon Memories app @ #idocs2012

I gave a presentation on the Curzon Memories App at the i-docs 2012 conference on Friday which was hosted by the DCRC and held at the Watershed Media Centre, as part of the Layered Reality panel. The talk focused on … Continue reading

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New vid about the Curzon Memories App

Video documentation about the Curzon Memories App – video by Sy Taffel, starring Jon Dovey, Constance Fleuriot, Jess Linnington of the Digital Cultures Research Centre, UWE: Curzon Memories App Documentation from Charlotte Crofts on Vimeo.

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Curzon Memories App at International Museum Theatre Alliance conference

Have been invited to present on the Curzon Memories App at the IMTAL (International Museum Theatre Alliance) mini-Conference at MShed Bristol this weekend, Sat 15 October, 2pm. I will be focussing on the use of dramatisation in the Curzon Memories … Continue reading

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Museum of London Apps

The Museum of London has a couple of apps which look interesting, one called Streetmuseum, available on iPhone and Android, which uses augmented reality, together with geo-mapping, to enable users to overlay old photographs onto real physical locations: And another called … Continue reading

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Locative Rephotography

Mary Agnes Krell‘s paper at Postdigital Encounters on her current practice research ‘Nothing That Is Not There’ was really interesting – she mentioned rephotography which is a term I’d not heard before, but is effectively what I’ve been calling crude “augmented … Continue reading

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Augmented Reality

I’m exploring using crude Augmented Reality (AR) in the app, superimposing images of the past over the present and getting people to stand in the right spot in the actual location so they can hold up their phone and directly … Continue reading

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