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    Contemporary art enhanced with AR

    Posted by Liisa Mathlin on 3.6.2020

    Artist Tuomas A. Laitinen combines moving image, sound, light, and glass into chemical and microbial processes. He also works with algorithms to explore the entanglements of human and more-than-human coexistence.

    During the years 2016-2019, he has composed some art pieces enhanced with augmented reality. Let us present his artwork.

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    Topics: Case study, Culture

    Digital museum is improving preservation and accessibility with AR

    Posted by Liisa Mathlin on 29.5.2020

    A new digital museum service Digimuseo has launched in May of 2020. Digimuseo aims to make museum content available in an inspiring and safe digital environment and be a user-friendly platform for all consumers and museums.

    Up until now, museums in Finland have had a varying state of digital services, depending on their resources. Digimuseo brings a much-needed tool to equal possibilities on preservation and accessibility.

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    Topics: Case study, Culture

    Get to know Arilyn – Liisa Mathlin, Marketing Manager

    Posted by Tommi Merelin on 8.5.2020

    Team Arilyn is growing, again! Let's give a warm welcome to our newest member, Liisa Mathlin. Liisa is our new Marketing Manager, specializing in content and social media. So more interesting articles, guides and other useful materials for our followers to read. We welcome Liisa with our traditional way by asking her really random questions. Let's begin!

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    Topics: Arilyn, Culture

    Augmented reality musical marketing

    Posted by Tommi Merelin on 23.4.2020
    Maybe Happy Ending is a musical about 21st century Seoul, where human-like robots, the helper-bots, are an everyday thing. Two obsolete helper-bots discover that they have a surprising connection that challenges what they believe is possible for themselves, relationships, and love. And thanks to augmented reality, you now have a chance to meet them!
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    Topics: Case study, Culture, Entertainment

    Augmented reality portal recreates prohibition time café

    Posted by Frida Gullichsen on 20.12.2019

    A 1920’s prohibition time coffee shop, le Chat Doré, was brought to life with an augmented reality portal at the Amos Rex Art Museum in Helsinki.

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    Topics: Culture, AR Technology

    4 examples of how to enhance your event with AR

    Posted by Frida Gullichsen on 9.5.2019

    Attendees want unique and memorable experiences and augmented reality has become a powerful tool for event planners to engage visitors and enrich their experience. During the past years, 2018 in particular, we have seen everything from trade shows to music concerts making use of AR to make events just that much more memorable. The question is no longer if brands will find a way to incorporate AR into their events seamlessly, but how.

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    Topics: Culture

    Art gate - step into the virtual gallery

    Posted by Frida Gullichsen on 6.3.2019

    The main hall of a museum closes down for renovation – what happens to the artwork no one gets to see? They come alive in the Art Gate, a virtual gallery to be visited anywhere, anytime. 

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    Topics: Case study, Culture, AR Technology

    Classic movie scenes in augmented city tour

    Posted by Frida Gullichsen on 10.12.2018

    Exploring a new city can be tricky if you don't know where to go or what to do. And, if you happen to find some beautiful and exciting locations, their story can still stay a mystery. With today's AR technology, more people can find these city gems and learn about their history.

    Visitors of the city tour featuring quintessential Helsinki bars and cafés got to experience real movie magic when classic Aki Kaurismäki movie scenes came to life in their original locations with the help of augmented reality.

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    Topics: Case study, Travel, Culture

    AR enhanced Huawei event

    Posted by Frida Gullichsen on 7.11.2018

    Events are a great way to connect with an audience and present a product. When you interact face-to-face, you'll get the chance to make an impact. However, there's no way you can meet personally with every attendee. So, how can you make a true impact without chit-chatting?

    Arilyn was chosen to bring augmented reality to Huawei's “Who is Huawei” event. The event was aimed at exhibiting the company's past, present and future to the international press. Arilyn was featured heavily in all aspects of the event, beginning with the initial invitation, sent to 80 specially-selected journalists.

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    Topics: Case study, Consumer goods, AR marketing, Culture

    Captain's log – Arilyn Wonder Women Augmenting Singapore Slush

    Posted by Katri Kantoniemi on 25.9.2018

    Team Arilyn, wonder women Emmi and Katri, travelled the globe to showcase augmented reality and Arilyn to the visitors at Slush Singapore. The adventure was full of hot encounters and furry surprises. Read on!

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    Topics: AR News, Arilyn, AR marketing, Culture

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