AR Peace wall is an AR application designed for use at the Cupar Way peace wall in Belfast. The project was produced for Discover Neon as an arts and culture project exploring peacebuilding.
AR Peace Wall is an augmented reality story that explores peace-building between the digital and physical spaces of Belfast and Hiroshima.
The app virtually replaces the wall with a symbol of survival, recovery and unity. In Hiroshima, many of the trees affected by the atomic bomb, known as Hibakujumoku, survived heat emitted by the explosion 40 times greater than heat from the Sun.