An Augmented Look at Chornobyl Catastrophe
ChernobylApp is a mobile app with augmented reality (AR) that tells the true story behind the catastrophe and the current life in the 30-kilometer exclusion zone.
Chernobyl catastrophe happened over 30 years ago in 1986, but its repercussions are felt even today. This project is aimed at telling the true story of the incident, debunk myths, and offer a way to visit the area from the safety of one’s home via a mobile app with augmented reality.
Our team has been working on this project in conjunction with the Ukrainian Cultural Foundation and a team of researchers and experts.
Technologies used in the project: Unity3d, Node, React, React Native, MongoDB.
They think outside the box, they are willing to provide the best solutions, and they made the app supportable.Mariia Tintul, CEO & Founder
The app’s features
Ruining the myths and telling the real story behind this catastrophic event is the goal.
The Chernobyl mobile app has the following features:
- AR content with unique activations and portals to different spots in Chernobyl;
- Authentic tours in exclusion zone with audio-guide from witnesses of events;
- Radioactive pollution map;
- Media gallery with archive materials and exclusive content as well as personal stories of survivors and current cultural events.
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