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Create, Publish, and Share Virtual Content at Concerts, Shows and Events

Hoverlay spatial publishing platform empowers artists, performers, speakers and event organizers to easily create, publish, and share immersive content and AR experiences at live performances, shows, theater plays, political rallies, commencement speeches, keynotes, and other physical events. Our no-code Augmented Reality platform provides new and exciting ways to engage audiences before, during, and post live event.

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LUMINEX 2.0 - Outdoor Digital Art Exhibition Downtown Los Angeles - AR Experiences Via Hoverlay

LUMINEX 2.0, the award-winning outdoor digital art exhibition organized by NOW Art returns to the South Park District of Downtown Los Angeles on Saturday, September 17, 2022 from 7:30 to 11:30 p.m. New this year is an exhibition-wide Augmented Reality experience. A QR Code will direct residents and visitors to the LUMINEX Channel on the Hoverlay AR app. Hoverlay will power an interactive map, as well as activate holograms of each artist, and enhanced reality at select installations. LUMINEX 2.0 is 100% free to the public.

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Berklee NYC and Hoverlay Pioneer First Ever End-to-End Augmented Live Show

Berklee NYC, the premier Berklee's New York City master’s program campus, and Hoverlay, the spatial publishing company, broke a new ground on Friday May 6, 2022, by delivering the first ever end-to-end augmented live music performance by Berklee NYC graduate student and artist Danielle Parkka.

The immersive content for each of the songs in the live set was triggered by MIDI notes and experienced on mobile devices through Hoverlay’s camera browser.

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Library of Congress Delivers AR Concerts

Faced with unprecedented times during the 2020-2021 season, the LOC embarked on the exciting project to bring the magic of its concert series and rich music collections to the greatest possible audience. To that end, the LOC offered a unique performance in Augmented Reality, virtually bringing the artists on the Coolidge stage.

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