Seattle’s Museum of Flight is using augmented reality to show visitors the inside of famous planes. Seattle-based GeekWire shared the video, which brings you into a 1967 prototype 737. The experience is powered by Apple’s AR Kit and a Matterport 3D Model and curated by Tosolini Productions. Other planes will also be accessible using the iPads with augmented reality, but the 737 is particularly notable because it was used both by Boeing, as a prototype for a full-scale 737 jet, and by NASA as a flying laboratory.
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