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REVIR

Inclusion through creative access to the public space

Revir is a project where we design the framework for youngsters to interact and digitally appropriate public space is a safe and collaborative way using Augmented Reality. We generate a new transgressive digital space that relates with physical territory while reducing bias of gender and race. This new framework would acts as a platform that articulates AR installations that we help create with the public.

Creators have the ability to make personal experiences and generate narratives that are interactive not only with the viewer but with space itself.

I believe that AR is incredibly relevant tool strengthen relationships with the public space, activate challenging areas, in a anonymous way if deemed necessary – while still actively participate in the social context. AR can help to generate creative thinking, discussion and change freer from public regulations while keeping a costs relatively low. I developed the general concept and built a demo using Spark AR.
Creators have the ability to make personal experiences and generate narratives that are interactive not only with the viewer but with space itself.

I believe that AR is incredibly relevant tool strengthen relationships with the public space, activate challenging areas, in a anonymous way if deemed necessary – while still actively participate in the social context. AR can help to generate creative thinking, discussion and change freer from public regulations while keeping a costs relatively low. I developed the general concept and built a demo using Spark AR.

Client: Kn60Lab

Year: 2020

Location: Barcelona, Spain

Status: Presentation / Proof of concept

Role: Concept, AR research and implementation

Team: MEATS Barcelona, with Jad Karam, Elena Caubert

Demo of Spark AR in action