Friday, January 20, 2012


This blog will showcase current and ongoing augmented reality works by activists.



Mark Skwarek from Augmented Reality Activists will present current activist work
as well as give a hands on augmented reality workshop for activists! FREE!!!

SATURDAY 3-6 January 28 - THIS WEEK!

WHAT TO BRING //// Check List ////

1. A fully charged smart phone or pad [iPad2, iPhone 3gs or newer,most android phones work].

2. A fully charged laptop that can connect to the internet.

3. A fully charged digital camera that can connect to the laptop.

4. The logo of something you would like to protest against, ie a Walmart logo or real world photo [try for as little distortion as possible].

6. Know the real world location you wish to occupy/ protest/ or raise awareness about, ie the Walmart Main Headquarters located at 36.366114,-94.219383 in Bentonville AR, 72716 Benton County.
5. Create the accounts listed above People wishing to participate in the Augmented Reality Activists workshop should create accounts with Layar, Junaio, and Hoppala before hand if possible.
7. Come with big ideas!!!

SATURDAY 3-6 January 28 - THIS WEEK!

540 W. 21st Street, (between 10th and 11th Avenues) New York, NY 10011 Tel. 212.937.6580 Fax: 212.937.6582

Augmented Reality Activists is a community center for augmented reality activism and related work. This site is meant to act as a resource center for activists community minded individuals working with augmented reality and related media. The site forum will foster an atmosphere of openness and sharing. The sites "activist archive" documents the progression of augmented reality related activism. The sites knowledge base serves as a learning center which shares different techniques for augmented reality activism.

If you wish to have your work added to the library of activist works please contact board member Mark Skwarek at
This site will also act as a hub of knowledge for activists to learn and share different techniques for Augmented Reality Activism.

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