Art and AR spear change

When French artist Maxence de Bagneux told me about the breaking ground spin he wanted to take for his new artistic brand, I thought Augmented Reality ("AR") could be a strong complement.

MudMud and Its Augmented Reality App covered by French magazine

Artist Maxence de Bagneux is covered by Vivre Cote Paris magazine (June 2019) and explains the inspiration for his art and the choice to commission Rendergon to create MudMud AR-Studio's augmented reality App for his inaugural launch of the MudMud brand.

augmented reality prediction

Our Prediction For The Museum Digital Predictions Article 2021

This is our prediction contributed and included in Museum Next's museum digital predictions article for 2021. Physical distancing measures have transformed artistic experiences. In some ways, the possibilities for exhibitions are more limited than ever – but there are immersive alternative avenues to capture visitors’ imaginations.

Tapgaze augmented reality blog

Read Our Sister Blogs At Tapgaze

We often post at our sister blog website Tapgaze, the art community mobile app in augmented reality. Over the past year we have covered ground breaking topics that include Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs), Royal Holloways article about the Rendergon studio and the recently launched Tapgaze app or how the creation of canvas art 3D models during an augmented reality session, as opposed to pre-baked, brings opportunities to artists and virtual galleries to scale their reach.