Augmented Reality art project, “City Unseen,” launches this weekend

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PROMO: Snap! Orlando (Website) is ready to launch their new CITY UNSEEN, an ongoing public art project featuring in-gallery experiences and installations across Orlando.

This project showcases a variety of Augmented Reality, or AR, experiences, with works by internationally renowned artists and AR technology. Orlandoans will be able to experience new public art installations include murals coming to life, virtual projection mapping, and 360° visits of artist studios.

Artists include international multidisciplinary artists Felice Grodin from Miami, Turkish digital artist Can Büyükberber, Nancy Baker Cahill of Los Angeles, German street artist Mark Gmehling, and Central Florida’s Matthew Swenson.

In order to enjoy the AR experiences, you must download the City Unsen app which is available on iTunes and Google Play.

A guided tour of the City Unseen sites and installations will take place on Sunday, November 4 from 2-5 p.m. More information available HERE. An Opening Night celebration will be hosted on November 2 from 7-10 p.m. at the Snap! gallery, located at 1013 E. Colonial Drive [GMap]. More information HERE.

Editor’s Note: Keep an eye out for our October and November zine issues which both feature interactive AR magic. 

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