The Obama Administration has teamed with the White House Historical Society and Nexus studios to produce an augmented reality (AR) app creating a 3D video of the White House that pops up out of a dollar bill.
The free app is now available for iPhones or pads at the Apple Store or for Android phones and tablets on Google Play.
The Obama Administration has been all about whizbang tech, whether it was allowing google Street views of White house rooms, putting government data online, streaming White House events to even creating its own White House online programming.
The app is billed as using AR to "to educate and inspire Americans to learn all about what the People’s House stands for." It compresses a year--from the iconic Easter Egg Roll to a State Arrival [in the rain, no less] to a snowman on the lawn to fireworks--into a handheld device.
That comes as a new resident--President-elect Donald Trump--prepares to move in, though how much time he will spend their versus his New York digs remains an open question.
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