Augmented technologies are the first to virtually expand our three-dimensional perception of such a space, whether classic or abstract. At the same time, they enable infinite possibilities to re-formulate space itself through smartphones and tablets, now equipped with the necessary technology.
Today the real and the virtual are closer than ever, as the virtual component is becoming more and more integrated and reactive. The use of common objects or familiar environments seems to be the crucial element to close the gap between the real environment and the digital environment.
Here bellow a few example about that:
Augmented Reality Cinema
Augmented Reality for Museums and Art Exhibitions |Onirix
Augmented Reality Demo for American Museum of Natural History