QVHSM: farmAR is an app for enhancing the exhibits at the Quincy Valley Historical Society and Museum with Augmented Content. This content includes virtual narrators, Augmented Reality models, and annotated panoramas.
To view the Augmented Content, you will need access to the targets that trigger the Augmented Reality and other content. These may found in the wild at the museum, in the app itself, or from the farmAR Targets link on this page. When you scan these targets with your device in portrait (vertical) orientation, narrators, models, and additional information will appear on the screen of your device. In addition to displaying this content, an in-app camera shutter button allows you to capture it to your camera roll, and an icon in the upper left turns your light on and off, assuming your phone or tablet is so equipped.
If you hold your device in landscape (horizontal) orientation, you will have access to a number of annotated panoramas of your environment, the past, or the surrounding areas.
All of this content is designed to be added to and evolve through the participation of local students, teachers, classes, and clubs.