Timed to coincide with the Tacoma-South Sound Mini Maker Faire at the University of Washington Tacoma Campus on Saturday, May 11, from 10:30am to 3:00pm, WORKSHOP 3D has launched their latest drone, in the form of a toy rocket man hover drone. Read more “New Drone, Free Drones, & Contest!”
In coordination with the opening of the Quincy Valley Historical Society & Museum‘s new exhibit Hope and Hard Work: The Story of Our Farms and Food, our latest app, QVHSM: farmAR was launched on Saturday, March 30 in Quincy, Washington. Read more “QVHSM: farmAR Launched!”
Our farmAR app for the Quincy Valley Historical Society & Museum is set to launch in a few weeks, in time for the opening of the inaugural exhibition in the new Heritage Barn at the museum. The app incorporates video and panoramic content created by local high school Read more “WS3D Rocks Quincy, WA”
The Smithsonian’s Skin & Bones app was one of the first examples I encountered when researching the use of Augmented Reality in Museums over a year ago, and it looked promising. So, I was excited to get a chance to try it out in the context of the actual Smithsonian National Museum of Read more “A.R. in D.C. – at the Smithsonian”
I just got back from Hong Kong, where I had the opportunity to try a couple of site-specific Augmented Reality apps and another that’s potentially global in scope.
First up is an art installation at the Asia Society Hong Kong Center entitled Read more “Augmented Reality in Hong Kong”
WORKSHOP 3D is pleased to be working with the Quincy Valley Historical Society & Museum to create an Augmented Reality app that will accompany a major new exhibit scheduled to be unveiled in March, 2019. The app will feature video narrations by historic figures tied to historic displays Read more “New Museum Project in Quincy”