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The painting of the hoarding took place over two days. The students from the Royal School of Speech and Drama volunteered to produce artwork.

In addition, interactive videos were created through a smartphone app. Once the first videos has been added to the walls, the team were able to share the magical effect of AR (Augmented Reality), which led to further conversations and the first few people from the local community downloading the smartphone app and trying the wall for themselves.

The process has also drawn engagement not only from students and staff, but also passers-by, children and their parents, local residents, city-workers and even a professional designer from LA who wanted to offer advice.

Watch our video below, or click on the link below to find out more.

Augmented Reality Wall Project Brings Central Stories to Life


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