Augmented Reality
The AR (augmented reality) projects below can be viewed on iPhone and iPad. They were created using a combination of Procreate, Blender, Reality Converter and Reality Composer.

Helpful Tips when Viewing AR on iPhone/iPad
View this page with a web browser, like Safari or Chrome. Do not use the Facebook and Instagram apps to view this page, as these apps will not download these AR files.
Turn up your screen brightness.
View in a well lit environment.
Pinch with two fingers - make the scene bigger/smaller.
Twist with two fingers - rotate the scene.
Double tap - make the scene 100% original size.
Drag with one finger - move the scene.
Drag up/down with two fingers - raise/lower the scene.
Press the camera button - take photo.
Long press the camera button - record video.

 I would love to see your experiences! Please tag me on social media using #shawnyoungart or @shawnyoungart

Planetary-Plexus-1.usdz - 21 Mb

Planetary Plexus
This very large AR sculpture is intended to be placed on the ground so you can walk inside it, but you can pinch to make it as small as you like. The sculpture is slightly metallic and will take on the colors in your environment.

To view in AR, tap the image above, then tap again on the preview that comes up. You will be prompted to "drop" the scene onto a horizontal surface like a floor or table.

Friendship-Wonderment.usdz - 15 Mb

Friendship Wonderment
This large AR sculpture is is about 6 feet tall and is intended to be placed on the ground, but you can pinch to make it as small as you like.

To view in AR, tap the image above, then tap again on the preview that comes up. You will be prompted to "drop" the scene onto a horizontal surface like a floor or table.
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