<body> Public Ad Campaign: Using QR codes to Restore Defaced Murals
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Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Using QR codes to Restore Defaced Murals

News has been slow in the PublicAdCampaign world. I've been diligently working on more gallery pieces and trying to setup some big projects for the year to come. As it looks now the AR world will be an integral part of our workload over the next 6 months so it seemed fitting to start reporting on some interesting AR projects. This project, originally posted on Wooster Collective uses AR and QR codes to virtually restore murals that have been defaced. As AR becomes a more and more integral part of our public experience editing public space in this way will become easier and easier, blurring the lines between the reality that we actually live in and the one we wish to live in.

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