Our final AR app is complete; the combination of the skills and guidance from the Scarlet team at Mimas, material and ideas from Mass Observation and Observing the 1980s, support from University of Manchester and University of the Creative Arts and a huge range of staff and student input here at University of Sussex have finally born fruit.
The instruction sheets below will help you download junaio, find the correct AR channel, and view the AR content.
Please feel free to download these guides in order to use the app; if this is not possible the QR code and trigger image will also work straight from a computer screen.
The idea behind Voices In Your Pocket was to bring the people associated with the Mass Observation Project into spaces where they might not be able to visit, as detailed in my previous blog post; SCARLET+ ‘Voices in your pocket’ – challenging the meanings of Mass Observation.
I hope this has been achieved and would greatly appreciate any comments or suggestions.
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