Fans are going to have the chance to immerse themselves in an augmented reality experience with Pink Floyd's album artwork! How cool?
Check this out via Loudersound.com
Last week, Pink Floyd’s new box set The Later Years launched, bringing together the band’s material from 1987 onwards.
Now, UK tech studio Draw & Code have developed an augmented reality experience which gets fans up close and personal with a selection of Pink Floyd artwork.
Visiting The Later Years Web AR Experience site using a mobile device allows you to choose images from albums including A Momentary Lapse Of Reason, The Division Bell and Pulse.
Then, point the camera somewhere in your home or out in the open air, tap the screen and experience some iconic Floyd images which you can then walk around and examine closely. You can even take screenshots and share them on social media using the hashtag #TheLaterYears. Each piece of art is accompanied by music from the selected album.