Indestry's 'HeroMirror' technology makes use of augmented reality in order to transform the conventional photo booth experience.
With a next-generation HeroMirror station, people are able to interact and pose for photos with their favorite characters, who appear on-screen as lifelike 3D animated characters. Once a pose has been settled on, the booth snaps a photo that can be printed on the spot or shared online.
Creator Indestry notes that it can work to customize the AR experience to include a range of characters, from heroes and villains to idols. As such, this kind of augmented reality photography booth is ideal for use at promotional events, theme parks or even as a permanent fixture in brand stores with a recognizable mascot.
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'HeroMirror' Technology Uses Augmented Reality for Photography
- By: Laura McQuarrieMar 15, 2016