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Augmented Reality in a Public Space: The Natural History Museum, London

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4 Author(s)
Barry, A. ; Natural History Museum, London, UK ; Thomas, Graham ; Debenham, P. ; Trout, Jonathan

In addition to seamlessly integrating virtual and real content, augmented reality systems in museums must provide a viewing interface that is flexible and robust enough for thousands of people to use. A related video can be seen here: http://youtu.be/KJEfkljZ0Tk. It shows how augmented reality systems in museums can provide a viewing interface that is flexible and robust enough for thousands of people to use.

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Computer  (Volume:45 ,  Issue: 7 )