AR-vos : Augmented Reality - Viewer Open Source


AR-vos for mobile devices will be available in the Apple App Store and in the Google Play store

On your mobile device, download AR-vos for Android from the Google Play store or AR-vos for iOS from the Apple App Store in order to view image trigger AR art works.

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AR-vos uses modern augmented reality technologies in order to provide image trigger AR.

AR-vos is part of the ARpoise - Augmented Reality point of interest service environment. On iOS it uses Apple's ARKit and on Android it uses Google's ARCore providing image trigger augmented reality.


Contact AR-vos/ARpoise project leaders

public@ar-vos.com Peter Graf & Tamiko Thiel

Peter Graf is a software developer with over 25 years of experience and a pioneer in web server design - he helped bring the New York Times online for the first time back in 1995. He will consult on and guide further development as a technical advisor.

Tamiko Thiel is an internationally recognized augmented reality artist and co-founder of the legendary augmented reality artist group Manifest.AR. She participated in Manifest.AR's highly regarded guerrilla AR intervention into the Museum of Modern Art New York in 2010, and led their guerrilla intervention into the Venice Biennale in 2011 (See excerpt from Whitney Museum New Media Curator Christiane Paul's reference book Digital Art). Her official participations and commissions include venues such the Istanbul Biennale (official parallel project), the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, FACT Liverpool, Ars Electronica, the Zero1 Biennial in Silicon Valley, the Seattle Art Museum and the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York. She has taught AR as an art form at the Berlin University of the Arts (Germany), Duke University (USA), Nanyang Technological University (Singapore) and the University of Art and Design Linz (Austria). As the head of packaging design for Thinking Machines Corporation in the mid-1980s she is on the Honor Roll of the IT History Society for the visual form of the Connection Machine CM-1/CM-2 and a co-holder of TMC's patent for a "Method for Interconnecting Processors in Hyper-Dimensional Array" for the Connection Machine CM-1 parallel supercomputer. One of the few surviving CM-2s is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. She will accompany the development process as advisor in the areas of functionality and user interface.


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