Let’s Get “Phygital”: A Free Augmented-Reality Art Experience at the Royal Botanic Gardens Will Have You Seeing the Invisible

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Have you heard the word “phygital”? It is used to describe the fusion of physical and digital experience. But what does this actually mean?

The best way to learn about it is to check out Seeing the Invisible, the new augmented reality (AR) art exhibition. It is outdoor, so it is suitable for locking. Imagine you are strolling in the central oasis of the Royal Botanic Gardens-large oak trees, lush ferns, and manicured lawns.

Naturally, you take out your phone, but not for taking pictures. Instead, you open the Seeing the Invisible application.

Source: Let’s Get “Phygital”: A Free Augmented-Reality Art Experience at the Royal Botanic Gardens Will Have You Seeing the Invisible

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