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Sieur de Monts
Acadia Nature Center tour app
developed with Swift
This mobile tour of Acadia National Park’s Nature Center is a tool for visitors who are blind or have low vision, but is useful to anyone who wants an in-depth experience of the new exhibits. The narrative, linked to locations in the building describes how the park may be changing as the climate changes. The tour includes suggestions for moving between exhibits starting at the service desk and then moving sequentially through the 9 exhibits. There are exhibit descriptions and in some places, guides to deeper explorations. You can listen to audio description performed by actors or by turning on Apple’s Voiceover you can listen to identical text descriptions.
Over the last few months, I’ve been researching and developing an augmented reality iOS app for Colorado National Monument in Grand Junction, CO. The key feature of the app allows visitors to stop at augmented waysides in the park.