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    3 or 4 years ago, at Transworld, I remember a booth that had an app where you downloaded their program and then when you pointed your phone at a specific poster or t-shirt, scary things would appear. Something like a 3d chainsaw would come out of a guys stomach.

    Sorry for the really vague description, but I'm really old and just thought about it this morning

    Thanks for any help on this!
    http://www.piratesofemerson.com

  • #2
    Got 'em!
    Thanks to Lee at TicketLeap.
    http://www.piratesofemerson.com

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    • #3
      Sounds awesome! It wasn't the guys at Eye Bot was it? I don't remember the chainsaw thing!
      Zach Wiechmann
      www.frontyardfright.com

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      • #4
        The company is Dark Imaginings. Pretty cool stuff.
        https://www.darkimaginings.com/augme...ity/index.html
        http://www.piratesofemerson.com

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        • #5
          What is the point of the app?

          Larry
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          • #6
            Originally posted by drfrightner View Post
            What is the point of the app?

            Larry
            I spoke with the guys from Eye Bot a year or so ago when they showed at Transworld for the first time. From the sounds of it, there's an incentive for guests to purchase the App for $2.00 or something which grants them access to decode or view special effects or video throughout your haunt or queue line.

            A more practical application for me would be in an escape room setting. Have various signs/symbols throughout your space and each one give you a different message or video. Think kind of like 13 Ghosts when you can only see the ghosts with the special glasses.

            I think it's a really cool concept and can't wait to see how it is refined and applied for different haunt/escape room applications.
            Zach Wiechmann
            www.frontyardfright.com

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