My Sight Sacrilization: (Re)framing Switzerland exhibition, which was part of the 'Unfamiliar Familiarities' group show at Fotostiftung Schweiz museum in February 2017, contained six augmented photographs. This video show some examples of the augmentation process.
By using augmented reality within the exhibition the aim is to pull the viewer into the landscape and emphasize fleeting moments, where the essence of these individual locations can be exposed, and their past can be incorporated. Together the photographs and augmented data offer the viewer new, multiple perspectives on the Swiss landscape.
The implementation was supported by the Zurich-based social media company, SMLY.
See the photographs here: simoncroberts.com/work/sight-sacralization/