Roman Forum



When in Rome, experience the Roman Forum and how it may have looked in the days of Julius Caesar and Emperor Augustus more than 2000 years ago.This situated simulation takes you back to the year 29BC when Augustus dedicated The Temple of Caesar. You can also see the cremation of Julius Caesar in 44BC and access the Cloaca Maxima.

Move around with your mobile device and explore the Ancient Forum.

Use Snapshot to take parallel photos of both the real and the virtual environment and then share with friends.

“Roman Forum” is part of a research and development collaboration between the University of Oslo, Norway Opening Universities, Tag of Joy and CodeGrind AB.


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Nytt Museum



When in Oslo, experience the new National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design. Move around with your mobile device and explore how the new buildings will fit in with the surroundings.

You can also visit virtual exhibitions to experience Munch’s famous paintings and selected contemporary art.

Use Snapshot to take parallel photos of both the real and the virtual environment and then share with friends.

“Nytt Museum” is part of a research and development collaboration between Statsbygg, National Museum, University of Oslo, Tag of Joy, CodeGrind AB and FMB/Paradigm.

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Borrehallen



Experience The Borre Park as it was in the age of the Vikings! This situated simulation recreates the great hall that was situated here over 1200 years ago, based on archeological findings from 2007.

Move around in the landscape with your iOS device and explore the history, use Snapshot and share your findings with your friends.

“Borrehallen” was developed in collaboration between the University of Oslo, Midgard Historical Centre, Tag of Joy, CodeGrind AB.

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Research and prototypes

In addition to the published applications above, we are continuously developing for pure research purposes; Prototyping new features and functionalities and evaluating the SitSim concept in new areas of application. This work is done in close collaboration between the University of Oslo, Tag of Joy and CodeGrind AB, as well as other parties depending on the area of application.