- Augmented reality app launched in Korean to promote heritage sites in India
- The Korean version of the tourist application is available for exploring six UNESCO heritage sites -- Qutub Minar, Red Fort and Humayun's Tomb in Delhi; and Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri in Agra, according to the Korean Cultural Centre India (KCCI).
- The application was proposed and created by Delhi-based Augtraveler, a startup firm that develops augmented reality-based (AR) travel mobile applications to enrich the experience of visiting heritage sites in the country.
- Since 2014, the KCCI has installed Korean audio guide to enhance experience of visitors at the Red Fort and the National Museum in Delhi with the significant support of Korean organisations.
Augmented reality app launched in Korean to promote heritage sites in India
5 April 2019 5:00 AM GMT
An augmented reality-based mobile application has been launched here in Korean language to offer visual travel assistance to tourists from South Korea, officials said. The Korean version of the tourist application is available for exploring six