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Museum of London App incorporates their extensive art and photographic collections with augmented reality to transport users through time!

Museum of London App Streetmuseum - The 'Streetmuseum' Museum of London App is taking advantage of 400 years of information the museum holds. This iPhone app shows you what .

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First launched in the Museum of London's Streetmuseum app has just been updated with 103 new locations. And to mark the update, a series of 'hybrid' images showing historic and contemporary views of the capital has also been released

London Museum Releases Cool Augmented Reality App | TechVert

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London Streetmuseum app: Not really a social medium but a brilliant example for digital storytelling. With the StreetMuseum iPhone app from the Museum of London you can look at historical views of the city while you walk through London.

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"Streetmuseum is a new (and free) augmented reality iPhone app created by the Museum of London that allows you to browse historical photographs in various parts of the city. The app leads you to various locations around London using either the map or GPS. Once you’re there, click the “3D View” button, and the app will recognize the location and overlay the historical photograph over the live video feed of the real world, giving you a brief glimpse into how the past looked."
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Then and now from Streetmuseum London - Piccadilly Circus

Evocative juxtapositions, courtesy of the London Museum collection. Inspired by the StreetMuseum app.

Streetmuseum "is a new (and free) augmented reality iPhone app created by the Museum of London that allows you to browse historical photographs in various parts of the city." Article by PetaPixel

The Museum of London has launched a new Augmented Reality (AR) application for the iPhone platform that, when launched, allows the user to view historic images superimposed over the visible world (via iPhone camera and screen).

"Streetmuseum is a new (and free) augmented reality iPhone app created by the Museum of London that allows you to browse historical photographs in various parts of the city. The app leads you to various locations around London using either the map or GPS. Once you’re there, click the “3D View” button, and the app will recognize the location and overlay the historical photograph over the live video feed of the real world, giving you a brief glimpse into how the past looked."

"Streetmuseum is a new (and free) augmented reality iPhone app created by the Museum of London that allows you to browse historical photographs in various parts of the city.  The app leads you to various locations around London using either the map or GPS. Once you’re there, click the “3D View” button, and the app will recognize the location and overlay the historical photograph over the live video feed of the real world, giving you a brief glimpse into how the past looked."
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Museum of London launched the augmented-reality iphone app: I can imagine it would me a great walking tour in England
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The collapsing front of Nos. 23 & 25 Queen Victoria Street, caused by the German bombing raid on the City of London on the night of May 1941 - the most severe attack London had sustained throughout the Blitz.

If you like the way blue plaques bring history to life in modern cities, meet the Museum of London's Augmented Reality app - StreetMuseum. Take a selected historical landmark in London point your iPhone at it (sorry guys that's…

Step into the past with your iPhone as augmented-reality app Streetmuseum lets you mingle with suffragettes, hippies and Londoners of days gone by

This app allows tourist in London to view historic photos when they are walking around town

Museum of London launched the augmented-reality iphone app: I can imagine it would me a great walking tour in England

Museum of London launched the augmented-reality iphone app: I can imagine it would me a great walking tour in England
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Photographer Overlays Photos, Creates a Window to the Past - My Modern Metropolis #photos from the #past
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Old photographs always seem to have captured a particular slice of life. I don’t know if it’s because photos were more scarce and they required a lot of work and preparation… A very skilled photographer Kerényi Zoltán decided

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Hungarian artist and photographer Kernyi Zoltn compares images from the past to the present in his series titled Ablak a Mltra, translated as Window to the

Photographer Overlays Photos, Creates a Window to the Past - My Modern Metropolis #photos from the #past

Photographer Overlays Photos, Creates a Window to the Past - My Modern Metropolis #photos from the #past
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Tower Bridge c.1920 and 2014. | 16 Ghostly Hybrid Images Of London Old And New < this is possibily the eeriest one of the lot
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London Streetmuseum App: Street Scenes - (PHOTOS) Showing scenes that capture a view of London, "then and now". A walk through history!

Courtesy of the Museum of London& StreetMuseum app, which illuminates hidden histories in London, and allows users to overlay past scenes on the present using a & view button&

16 Ghostly Hybrid Images Of London Old And New

“ Ghostly Images Of London Landmarks Then And Now These incredible images show locations throughout England’s famous old capital as they looked both in history and today.

Tower Bridge c.1920 and 2014. | 16 Ghostly Hybrid Images Of London Old And New < this is possibily the eeriest one of the lot

Tower Bridge c.1920 and 2014. | 16 Ghostly Hybrid Images Of London Old And New < this is possibily the eeriest one of the lot
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Museum of London Releases Augmented Reality App for Historical Photos
Museum of London Releases Augmented Reality App for Historical Photos
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London Hippodrome on Cranbourn Street, 1930.
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Evocative juxtapositions, courtesy of the London Museum collection. Inspired by the StreetMuseum app.

18 Photos Of London's Past, Blended With Its Present

This image links to the theme as it shows a present part of London and it is blended with the past version of the same part.

I like this photo because it shows how we have a luxury or life from now to back in the past.

London Hippodrome on Cranbourn Street, 1930.

London Hippodrome on Cranbourn Street, 1930.

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Bomb damage at Bank Underground Station, 1941. | 18 Photos Of London's Past, Blended With Its Present

Bomb damage at Bank Underground Station, 1941.

This photo was taken by Police Constable Arthur Cross, official photographer of the City of London Police showing damage to Bank Underground Station during a direct hit during in 111 people were killed. The Royal Exchange in the background, London

A view of Bow Lane, off Cheapside in the City of London, looking south to the crossing with Watling Street and St. Mary Aldermary in the mid...

Amazing app creates hybrid images of wherever you are in the capital

Now THIS is how you show off the past! The black lines are on a glass pane in front of the monument, very clever!

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museum-of-artifacts: An outline overlay reconstructs the damaged Heidentor, a century AD roman victory monument in Austria

Covent Garden Flower Women, c.1877. | The image is taken from a series of 37 photographs published in the book, Street Life in London (1877), with text written by John Thomson and the journalist Adolphe Smith.

Covent Garden Flower Women, c.1877.

Covent Garden Flower Women, image is taken from a series of 37 photographs published in the book, Street Life in London with text written by John Thomson and the journalist Adolphe Smith.

Charlotte Despard, Suffragette (1844 - 1939), 12 June 1933, James Jarché © Daily Herald / National Media Museum, Bradford / SSPL

“Charlotte Despard was an English-born, later Irish-based suffragist, novelist, Sinn Féin activist, vegetarian and anti-vivisection advocate.” Picture taken by James Jarché

Magic Leap : les tests des lunettes connectées vont débuter en extérieur - GoGlasses

reality company Magic Leap has acquired the branch of scanning company Dacuda. The acquisition will expand the capabilities of Magic Leap’s yet to be released mixed reali

Ghosts of World War II by Sergey Larenkov

Paris Occupation photograph and blending by Sergey Larenkov

Scenes from the Past juxtaposed with Present – Fubiz Media

Scenes from the Past juxtaposed with Present

Overlapping Photos of Past with the Present. Esquire’s fashion director Nick Sullivan demonstrates his perfectionistic eye for patterns by overlapping photos taken in the same location, decades apart.

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History Channel Worldwide Brand Campaign, “Know Where You Stand” - Paris. By Seth Taras

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20 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall Fraunhofer IGD presents Augmented Reality technology for assistant living using the example of Berlin.

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