The weekend is time to let loose so we compiled a list of applications to do just that.
By Yvette E
Animal crossing is probably getting old by now, you have watched all the shows in your Netflix queue and the new hobby you attempted is now a pile on the floor. Yeah, it’s time to change the routine so we compiled a list of AR fun.
Civilizations AR (Android, iOS: Free)
BBC’s Civilizations AR is a tie-in app to the broadcaster’s Civilizations documentary series. It uses the power of augmented reality to bring to you more than 30 different artifacts from across the many epochs and great civilizations of the world, according to tomsguide.com.
Yes, it is an app but won’t it be cool to explore artifacts in your house?
Google Arts and Culture
According to Fast Company, Google Arts & Culture teamed up with over 2500 museums and galleries around the world to bring anyone and everyone virtual tours and online exhibits of some of the most famous museums around the world and parks as well.
The app is available for andriod and iOS.
Laser tag has been a favorite of kids for decades and one of the best AR fitness apps provides a new way to enjoy it.
Using smartphones and AR tech,
QuasAR it allows for two players to enjoy a one-on-one laser tag battle. It’s not overly complex, but there are shields and projectiles that help make it really fun to play.
Only on IOS for now (11.1 version and up).
The Metropolitan Opera is live streaming its most popular operas.
The “Nightly Met Opera Streams” begin at 7:30 p.m. each night on the Met’s homepage and will remain available for 20 hours.
The performance will also be available on the Met Opera’s On-Demand apps.
Check out your app store and drop me an image of you using these apps @tfgnyc or #outsidein.
So have some fun this weekend while I play with my pets that have been really needy laterly.
Happy Friyay (but isn’t everyday Friday or Saturday now?)💋