NormanAR is an open-source mobile app that displays animations in augmented reality. Created as a complement to NormanVR, a tool that allows artists to animate frame-by-frame in 3D space, NormanAR takes these animations and adds them to the real world.

Users can cycle through a variety of animations and tap a spot in the world to anchor an animation in space. Then walk around to see the animation from different angles.


Tools: openFrameworks, ARCore

Year: 2017

Client: Google Creative Lab

Team: James Paterson, Jonas Jongejan

Role: mobile UX, prototyping, and development

Link: Project page, Github code