통일 한국의 프로젝트

The Augmented Reality Korean Unification Project

***shown is a visualization of the project working. Live footage will be captured during the month of August and posted.


The Augmented Reality Korean Unification Project unites North and South Korea with augmented reality [AR].  The project tries to heal the scars left by years of conflict in the Korean peninsula by removing the Korean Demilitarized Zone [DMZ] and returning it to its natural state before Korea was divided. The public may view Korea as a unified country as it once was.  The Korean Unification Project removes weapons, checkpoints, fortifications, barriers, walls, and all reminders of the ongoing conflict from the Korean landscape.

Viewers with supported mobile devices can see the DMZ replaced with nature as though it had never existed. This project tries to help the peace process by letting the Korean people see a unified Korea. This vision hopes to strengthen the people of Korea’s resolve for a peaceful unification.

This project is being developed by Mark Skwarek and uses erasAR technology.

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