A virtual window into the past, using augmented reality and location based media to recreate aircraft and their stories for the world to see and experience.
Dornier 17 edition:
In June 2013 the RAF Museum successfully lifted the only known German Dornier 17 bomber, from the waters of the Goodwin Sands, three miles off the coast of England. The event was a media phenomenon with viewers across the globe tuned in to watch it happen live.
Apparition has brought the Dornier 17 back to life so that you can see it as it was in the 1940s in various locations around the world or on your own tabletop.
• View a 3D scale model of a Dornier 17 by downloading an 'augmented reality' symbol and instructions from rafmuseum.mdx.ac.uk/dornier17
• View a full size 3D model at various locations around the world including:
The Canada Aviation and Space Museum
The Air Force Museum of New Zealand Museum
The Pima Air & Space Museum
The Arizona Aerospace Foundation
See all current locations from rafmuseum.mdx.ac.uk/dornier17
• Photograph your Dornier 17 and share on your social feeds
• Enter a competition for the best photo run by Wargaming.net
Apparition is part of a new approach to the interpretation of museum collections and audience engagement undertaken as a joint venture by The Royal Airforce Museum and redLoop: The Middlesex University Design and Innovation Centre.
Find out more at rafmuseum.mdx.ac.uk/dornier17
This Dornier 17 edition has been sponsored by Wargaming.net
3D model improvements.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.