For my thesis project, I developed an augmented reality-enabled print book with the goal of demonstrating the potential of AR in the print industry. As the project progressed and my research delved deeper, I found myself increasingly captivated by the word "reality" and its profound significance.
Throughout the creative process, I explored the dynamic interplay between the virtual and tangible realms, blurring the lines between what is real and what is perceived. This journey not only broadened my understanding of augmented reality but also sparked a profound contemplation on the nature of reality itself. The project became a personal exploration, leading me to question how we perceive and interpret the world around us. Through my augmented reality print book, I aspired to evoke a sense of wonder and encourage others to reflect on the fluidity and complexity of our perception of reality.
To view the experience: Download the free ZappAR app, point to the image with the lightning logo, and enjoy.