Augmented Reality

Using augmented reality to crowdsource Tech’s Living Building

Using an iPad and an augmented reality model like this, students and other future users of Georgia Tech's Living Building will be able to tour the facility long before it opens, offering input on some of the design decisions. A user shows how the model will work at the future site of the building. (Photo Courtesy: Kendeda Fund Living Building Chronicle)

Georgia Tech students are going to be able to tour the campus’ new Living Building long before it ever opens to the public, thanks to the efforts of John E. Taylor and architect Alissa Kingsley.

Friday, July 28, 2017
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