Immersive Reality using AR

Creative entrepreneurs and studios are still exploring the ways that Augmented Reality can be used to shape the world around us.  Trixi Studios simulated A-ha's "Take On Me" music video using AR and mapping techniques to create the black and white hand drawn style in a user's environment.

Here's the modern Augmented Reality version:

And here's A-ha's award winning 1985 video directed by Steve Barron.  This video used a technique called rotoscoping, in which the live-action footage is traced over frame by frame with pencil sketch animation to give the characters realistic movements.  This required 3,000 frames and took 16 weeks to complete. 

Using technology like ARFuse, your team can build augmented reality apps in a fraction of team and create astonishing and timeless creative effects.