Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum – Stronger Together AR
The Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum (OKCNMM) is located on the site of the April 19, 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. OKCNMM honors those who were killed, those who survived, and those who were changed forever. It also stands as a symbol of the resilience of Oklahoma's citizens. To build a deeper understanding of the events and its aftermath, Cortina Productions worked in collaboration with OKCNMM to produce an augmented reality experience that enhances exhibition content called the “Stronger Together AR App Experience.”
Through the latest AR technology, visitors are able to connect to the myriad of personal experiences in a completely new and intimate way that blends seamlessly with the physical gallery space and objects on display. The Stronger Together AR Experience is accessed through the free OKCNMM app on any mobile device. While using the app, visitors can see perspectives from six different AR characters who express the real emotions and conflicts experienced during the bombing and its aftermath, including recognizing how lives were brought together forever in a community of healing. The augmented reality content includes storytellers, visitor polls, photos, and 3D models, and is anchored in the space to encourage exploration and movement while engaging with the app’s digital content.