BHOD 13 - VisAge, MHMS and augmented reality

Description - VisAge turns a smartphone into an X-ray camera and time machine that can see inside buildings and reveal who lived there in the past. Researchers at University College London and The Regency Town House use augmented reality to fuse social history with cutting-edge science. Last year we put posters on houses that listed the people who lived there in the past, this time around you can meet them. If we can move the science quickly enough, you will be able to listen to their stories too. This is early days for a two-year project - take a demonstration tour with the folks from UCL or simply come along to see what it’s all about.

Location - Meet: The MyHouseMyStreet desk, junction Gloucester Road and Sydney Street, Brighton & Hove
Timing - Sunday 15 September: 1100-1600
Access - Should be suitable for those with walking difficulties and for wheelchair users.