INDE’S GESTURE-CONTROLLED AUGMENTED REALITY SYSTEM LAUNCHES AT COSMOSPHERE
March 23, 2018 — Cosmosphere is a space museum and STEM education center in Hutchinson, Kansas, housing over 13,000 spaceflight artifacts. The museum is now home to INDE's fully interactive large-screen AR system, allowing viewers to gesture control the movement of animated 3D characters.
The AR experience is not only a cutting-edge addition to the museum’s exhibit portfolio, but it also perfectly blends into the main theme thanks to the AR characters – an astronaut and a robot. Besides simply immersing people in an incredibly realistic 3D environment, the system installed at Cosmosphere also features live interaction with the characters on screen. The level of interactivity, alongside enhanced 3D content quality, makes the user experience more realistic than ever.
INDE's fully interactive large-screen AR system, originally launched at the Tekniska Museet, the Swedish National Museum of Science and Technology in Stockholm in March 2017
INDE is an award-winning British AR business. The fully interactive version of its big-screen Augmented Reality experiences is a next-generation tool for museums, science centres, zoos, theme parks, shopping centres and others to engage, educate and entertain their audiences.
Cosmosphere has the largest combined collection of US and Russian spaceflight artifacts in the world, and is home to a number of internationally acclaimed education programs.
Since 2011 INDE has built AR systems worldwide for clients such as National Geographic, Smithsonian Institution, Beijing Aquarium, Universal Studios, BBC, 20th Century Fox and Coca-Cola.
Learn more about INDE’s large-screen and mobile AR experiences here.
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