A Toronto Street Is Coming Alive With A Magical Augmented Reality Installation (VIDEOS)
The Junction is trying something new to get people shopping local this holiday season.
Ten shops on Dundas W. have volunteered their storefronts to be transformed into "Window Wonderland," Toronto's first Augmented Reality exhibition, and the results are gorgeous.
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Just download the Augle app and point it at the windows to see the winter wonderland scenes — all painted by local artists — spring to life.
This is Toronto's first-ever AR art exhibition, say the organizers.
“We needed to think outside the box and find new ways to support the Junction community, our local artists and businesses, during the pandemic," said Carol Jolly, Executive Director of The Junction Business Improvement Area, in a news release.
“Window Wonderland is bringing our eclectic neighbourhood to life and giving families a great reason to get outside this winter."