MIT Students Made An Interactive, Augmented Reality Mural

Murals have been around for most of human history, but now they’re coming to life. With the help of over twenty-five artists, five students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) transformed an underground tunnel at its campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts into a 200-foot long series of augmented reality murals.

Passerbies can appreciate The Borderline Murals in their two-dimensional form, or download the “BorderlineAR” app for their Android or iOS device and watch the murals live and breathe with site-specific animations.

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