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Tunnel Vision NYC: Augmented Reality On a Subway Map

Wednesday, May 21st 2014
Read More About: augmented reality, nyc, open data


Tunnel Vision is an iPhone app that brings the subway map to life with data about New York City. It's an augmented reality app that draws on a variety of open data. William Lindmeier, a student at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications program, developed the app as his master’s thesis, and debuted it at the program’s Spring show on Monday.

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