Antarctica marine AR: an augmented reality experience of the Ross Sea Marine Protected Area (2019)
The Marine Protected Area of the Ross Sea has huge significance for the species protected. This report describes the development of an augmented-reality experience for this Marine Protected Area. The experience focuses on a simplified version of the food web in the Ross Sea. Initial discussion and future work presented here encourages future initiatives to consider the benefits of using AR for outreach.
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