The proposed virtual (AR) intervention will consist of four channels. Each channel compliments each other to explore the complexity and importance of the space/s we occupy and move through – in this case Saint-Henri and the adjoining neighborhoods of Little Burgundy, Pointe-Saint-Charles, Saint-Paul-Émard and Griffintown. These neighborhoods each share a rich history and have had a important and profound effect not only on Montreal and Quebec but the rest of Canada. However their very existence – their past, present and future identity – is now threatened by the onslaught of mass gentrification.
- Augmented Reality (AR) markers will identify areas under threat of gentrification
- Augmented Reality (AR) markers will identify condo developers and developments: existing, proposed and under development.
- Augmented Reality (AR) markers will identify historical buildings and sites.
- The virtual version of the Augmented Reality (AR) markers are accessible via any smart device (android, iPhone, iPad) and app (details coming)
- The online version of the Augmented Reality (AR) markers can also be seen and accessed at the link AR (Interactive) Map: CH 01: Spaces | Espaces