Public AR Sculptures
Usingthe landscape of London City Island as a starting point, the studio created virtual sculptures together with local children. On the base of found objects and patterns from the surrounded area, virtual sculptures
were sculpted by the children. Through story-telling, experimentation and mind-mapping, the sculptures are transformed into an Augmented Reality application and placed in form of physical plinths around London
City Island as an invisible sculpture trail. One of the aims is to inform children to different types of Augmented Reality technologies andcomputation, as well as introducing basic skills in 3D software modelling, storytelling and collaboration.
The studio believes that it is important to teach a broad audience about essential computation in the surrounding in order to enable people to be active participants and critical shapers of those tools.