15 Stations


AR Memory Tour offers visitors a unique perspective of the historical site


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15 Stations, The O.P.E.N.’s Augmented Reality Memory Tour project, written by Christopher Fok and with the participation of Nanyang Technological University students, supervised by Visiting Professor Tamiko Thiel, is a performance in the present time and space, where you are the only performer wandering through fact and fantasy.

We worked with SIFA (Singapore International Festival of Arts) to create an engaging onsite mobile virtual reality experience that would wow festival goers. Users could point their device cameras and interact in real time with onscreen elements, or watch as pre-recorded story videos played out, embedded into the scene itself.

What inspired us

What stories would the Tanjong Pagar Railway Station (TPRS) tell if only it could speak? What would it have to say about the people who have passed through its arched entrances? What special place does the TPRS occupy in Singapore’s consciousness and in our personal narratives?

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15 Stations, The O.P.E.N.’s Augmented Reality Memory Tour project, written by Christopher Fok and with the participation of Nanyang Technological University students, supervised by Visiting Professor Tamiko Thiel, is a performance in the present time and space, where you are the only performer wandering through fact and fantasy.

We worked with SIFA (Singapore International Festival of Arts) to create an engaging onsite mobile virtual reality experience that would wow festival goers. Users could point their device cameras and interact in real time with onscreen elements, or watch as pre-recorded story videos played out, embedded into the scene itself.

What inspired us

What stories would the Tanjong Pagar Railway Station (TPRS) tell if only it could speak? What would it have to say about the people who have passed through its arched entrances? What special place does the TPRS occupy in Singapore’s consciousness and in our personal narratives?

 
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