Plaatsingsdatum: 2 juli 2010
Aantal keer geïnstalleerd: 10000+
Met UAR kun je zien wat er niet is!Bekijk architectuur van verleden en toekomst in 3D. Met behulp van augmented reality kun je met UAR op locatie gebouwen bekijken die er ooit stonden, die er hadden kunnen staan, of die er nog komen. 3D-modellen laten je deze gebouwen midden in de stad zien, op de plek waar ze hebben gestaan of nog moeten komen.
See architecture of the past and present in 3D in a variety of Dutch cities. With the help of augmented reality, UAR lets you take a look at locations and the buildings that once stood there, that might have stood there, or that will be built there in the future. With 3D modelling you can see buildings in the heart of the city, where they stood in the past, or will be built in the future. You can walk around them and explore them from all angles. Using UAR, you can see what isn’t there! And UAR also gives information about the architecture that stands there now. You can review plans, see historic photo material, read biographies of architects and take walking routes through the city. The UAR of the Netherlands Architecture Institute (NAI) is an amazing way of seeing the city as you’ve never seen it before!
Right now, you can use UAR to see architecture in Rotterdam, Amsterdam, The Hague, Utrecht and Den Bosch. More cities will follow shortly.
The Netherlands Architecture Institute (NAI) is one of the largest centres for architecture in the world. The NAI organises exhibitions, lectures and debates, carries out research and devises education programmes that are considered among the best in the international architecture world. The NAI also manages a superlative architecture archive and library, and makes them accessible to the public. The NAI informs, stimulates and inspires a broad public – at its main centre in Rotterdam, and also internationally and digitally. The NAI is committed to enhancing public appreciation of architecture and its capacity to offer solutions to some of the most urgent issues facing the world today.