Some of our Work:
DREAMLAND : Frank Romero
ARLB teamed up with the Museum of Latin American Art and Exhibition Curator Edward Hayes and his team to bring the 60 Ft long Frank Romero mural "LA River" to life. Users walked down the mural using the app, and different videos of Frank Romero describing the sections were superimposed on the mural.
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Harvey Milk Park
ARLB was hired by the Long Beach Innovation Team to collaborate with members of the Harvey Milk Committee on a project that used AR to help park visitors learn more about Harvey Milk and his career.
Music Tastes Good 2016
ARLB activated walls and targets throughout the Music Tastes Good festival in Long Beach, that featured local artists like Dave Van Patten and Kenny McBride.
Walls: an ARtwalk
ARLB teamed up with Assignment Creative to design and implement the city's first Augmented Reality art walk. Users met at a local gallery, picked up a map of Active walls, and set out with their smart phones to experience a hidden layer of local art on the city's walls.
With Holoselfie, a user can record a video of their face and then superimpose is onto another person's face, or onto the real world.
StickUp allows users to take a picture of a real world target like a wall, and then any user can add Augmented Reality content to that wall.