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​Vietnam’s first augmented reality art gallery opens in Da Nang

​Vietnam’s first augmented reality art gallery opens in Da Nang

Monday, September 18, 2017, 11:25 GMT+7
Visitors observe the augmented reality (AR) artwork at the gallery in the central Vietnamese city of Da Nang on September 16, 2017. Photo: Tuoi Tre
Visitors observe the augmented reality (AR) artwork at the gallery in the central Vietnamese city of Da Nang on September 16, 2017. Photo: Tuoi Tre
Visitors witness a masterpiece via their smartphones.
Visitors witness a masterpiece via their smartphones.
A foreign artist introduces her creation to visitors.
A foreign artist introduces her creation to visitors.
People can enjoy the artworks via an application called EyeJack on their smartphones.
People can enjoy the artworks via an application called EyeJack on their smartphones.
People can enjoy the artworks via an application called EyeJack on their smartphones.
People can enjoy the artworks via an application called EyeJack on their smartphones.
A piece of art by British graphic designer Tony Greystone
A piece of art by British graphic designer Tony Greystone
‘Mysterious Face’ by Australian artist James Jirat Patradoon
‘Mysterious Face’ by Australian artist James Jirat Patradoon
‘World War I’ created by Chris Mcbride
‘World War I’ created by Chris Mcbride

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