Ready for AR expierences, that make the invisble visible, bring museum objects to life and right on your forearm? 

Six Augmented Reality applications were developed by international AR experts with the support of mentors from the research museums at the A MAZE. Museum Online Hackathon "AR you ready?" on May 11 and 12. With the Hackathon on Augmented Reality and Museums the Leibniz Research Museums kicked of their second collaboration with the A MAZE. / Berlin 2022 – 11. Internationale Games and Playful Media Festival. All of the prototypes can be tested here and short teaser vidoes show the concepts behind the applications.

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  1. DISPLACE – location-based AR-viewer and game

    createdy by Alan Prohm, Annika Ley, Fehime Seven & Frédéric Urien

    FIRST PLACE at A MAZE. Award Show

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  2. Woodlice AR

    createdy by Vladimir Storm & Louisa Schirmer aka. Impux

    SECOND PLACE at A MAZE. Award Show

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  3. AR-Audio-Walk Melli Beese

    createdy by Scavengar (Arthur Schiller, Henriette Greßler) & Sara Rutz

    SECOND PLACE at A MAZE. Award Show

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  4. Instagram-Filters with Leibniz Research Museum objects

    createdy by Hennig Wargalla

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  5. Encryption in Space

    createdy by Katja Rempel & Nick Jwu

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  6. Mini Worlds

    createdy by Jens Isensee

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A MAZE. Museum Online Hackathon "AR you ready?" Recap Video made by Tatiana Vilela dos Santos

A MAZE. Museum Online Game Jam is part of the official program of A MAZE. / Berlin 2022 - 11th International Games and Playful Media Festival, is supported by the Aktionsplan Leibniz Research Museums and hosted by A MAZE. in cooperation with the following Leibniz Research Museums:

  • Deutsches Bergbau-Museum Bochum – Leibniz Research Museum for Geo-resources (DBM)
  • Deutsches Museum, Munich (DM)
  • German Maritime Museum – Leibniz Institute for Maritime History, Bremerhaven (DSM)
  • Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nuremberg (GNM)
  • Museum Koenig – Leibniz Institute for the Analysis of Biodiversity Change, Bonn (LIB)
  • Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum – Leibniz Research Institute for Archaeology, Mainz (RGZM)
  • Senckenberg Society for Nature Research, Frankfurt am Main, Görlitz, Dresden (SGN)
Contact

Frauke Stuhl | Aktionsplan Leibniz Research Museums | Concept

stuhl(at)leibniz-gemeinschaft.de

Contact

Elisabeth Habisch | Aktionsplan Leibniz Research Museums | Press and Public Relations

habisch(at)leibniz-gemeinschaft.de

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