The Stories behind Engage ARt
Introducing the first Augmented Reality app for hidden city adventures. Download the app below!
The Most Local Time of The yeAR
Released in partnership with TechAlliance of Southwestern Ontario and four BIA's, the Holiday Village experience drove foot traffic to main streets and local shops this holiday season. Households from Bayfield, St. Thomas, London, and Strathroy were able to experience the magic of the holidays through interactive Diwali, Chanukah, and Christmas-themed AR experiences.
Stay tuned for our exciting minigame Snowball Fight! to be released in February. The attraction will run the duration of the winter season!
Holiday Village AR
Delight in the beauty of the holidays in this inclusive village. Your job is to turn the lights back on to bring the spirit of the holidays back to this winter wonderland. An experience everyone can enjoy!
In partnership with Tourism London, Museum London, Dundas Place, Downtown London, and many more organizations, we sought to activate major sections of Dundas Place in downtown London.
Experience the past, present and future of Dundas Place in this vibrant exploration of music, art and history!
Octopus Garden AR
Enter an amazing undersea world and experience the story behind the Octopus’ Garden 2 mural. The larger-than-life recreation of Stephen Watson's original painting comes to life, and expands into a vibrant undersea world for you to experience. With music by the Pairs, narrated by Hillary Watson.
The Victoria steamboat disaster (also called The Victoria Day Disaster) was a Canadian maritime disaster where on May 24, 1881, the sternwheel passenger steamboat SS Victoria, capsized and sank in the Thames River near what is today Greenway Off-Leash Dog Park in Kensal Park, London, Ontario. The tragedy was one of the worst maritime disasters in Canada at the time, and remains the greatest disaster in London's history.
Experience the retelling of this story in a completely cinematic style told over the Thames River.
Ghost Stories of The Courthouse
London's first government building was the courthouse, where criminals were hanged for their crimes from 1830 to 1951. Relive three of these spine-chilling stories as told by an undead tour guide. One of the app's most immersive experiences, you'll find yourself lost in the wild stories of these sentenced London criminals, just make sure to make your way out when you're finished, lest you be lost forever!
Bonus experience: Try out our Catching Candies mini game, so much fun and see how well you can score against the skeletons as you catch their flaming candies!
Don't Feed The Rhinos
by James Kirkpatrick
In collaboration with mixed media artist James Kirkpatrick, we created a fantastical world straight from James' mind. Inspired by the rhino sculpture at Museum London, we fused nature, James' geometric visual art and music to create a unique micro world like no other. Experience this unique artistic attraction only found inside Engage ARt.