Dutch art project takes simple augmented reality game to every tram in Amsterdam 👾

Dutch artist Daniel Disselkoen has come up with a great way of passing the time on tram journeys around Amsterdam – a seriously augmented reality game that simply requires you to move your head up and down.

Collaborating with GVB, the transport operator for Amsterdam, small stickers have been added into every tram in the city; the tool for commuters to play the game.

It’s a seriously simply concept; the stickers are of a monster with its mouth open, and you simply frame yourself to the sticker to make it ‘eat’ those walking on the pavements and tally up your score!

See below for how it works:

Would you be interested a similar game for Liftshare passengers? Let us know in the comments below… and we’ll have to see what we can come up with!

Author Lex Barber


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