Streetmuseum app London

Screenshot from the Streetmuseum app. Copyright The Telegraph

Another app from London (why does London get all the good apps? It’s not like it’s the capital or anything!).

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British Museum Audio Guide

Time to fangirl for a second. The British Museum have just released a new Audio guide. Click here to take a read of the description of how the audio guide works.

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This isn’t a heritage app…

Does an application have to be a ‘heritage application’ in order for it to be useful to the heritage sector? Does it need to tell you historical information in order for it to be used within heritage?

I am going to introduce you to one of my favourite apps that isn’t necessarily heritage focussed. The best bit, you don’t have to be in York to check this one out. It’s global, so there are no excuses to not have a go.

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Augmenting the Senses: Sight

This is the most common form that you probably think of when you think of Augmented Reality. Using a tablet/mobile device, you hold it up, look at the screen and information is placed on top of the live feed. From the Guinness World Records 2015 book (where things appear out of the page) to the applications that I’ve been studying such as York Churches. There are many different ways to augment sight.

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