I’m interested in AR at the moment for archaeology – smartphone AR rather than the headsets, gloves, and haptics of VR. There’re obvious uses of augmented reality for public archaeology, outreach, and education (including games), but I wonder if anybody is doing anything regarding AR and landscapes? Stuart Eve in the UK is doing neat stuff www.dead-mens-eyes.org/ ; anybody over here? Below I’ve posted youtube link for some AR I did with some students last year. I’d be happy to chat with folks about how we did this, what we used, what worked and what didn’t.