An new mobile application displays the invisible architecture of the romans remains at Carnuntum, Austria.
You can also visually access areas that have been buried underground for a thousand years. At the seven viewing spots in Carnuntum, virtual images of the now invisible buildings from antiquity appear on your camera screen. Augmented reality brings the past alive by merging the real world with its digital counterpart. On the map, you can see where the viewing spots are located in Carnuntum. Scan the information panels on site to start the augmented reality app. As a bonus, you can open the virtual rendition of the forum in Carnuntum at any time. You can find the bonus track on the map. You can also display the ancient structures that once stood here and see the full extent of the former city of Carnuntum.