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Augmented History

A new augmented reality app that explores history through virtual exhibits around Downtown Tucson.

The Arizona State Museum has launched an augmented reality experience app called, Discovering Community in the Borderlands which brings users into a virtual exhibit of Tucson’s history at various locations across town. These digital museum experiences introduce you to cultural specialists in history, art, and community stories. The augmented reality experiences include virtual photo galleries, 360 videos of dance and music, holograms, 3D virtual objects, poetry, and more. To learn more visit dcb.arizona.edu.

Producer: John DeSoto
Videographers: John DeSoto, Diana Cadena
Editor: Diana Cadena

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