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VisitLEX unveils augmented reality app

LEXINGTON, Ky. — The larger-than-life mural of Abraham Lincoln in downtown Lexington now comes to life – thanks to a new augmented reality app unveiled Thursday by VisitLEX.


Education technology summit will examine ways to keep young tech talent in Lexington

Michael Baer is president of Fusioncorp, a Lexington-based tech company engaged in digital design, development and marketing services.

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Lexington-based tech company spins out startup; adds new jobs

A Lexington-based technology company has spun out a new startup, Gamifi by Fusioncorp.  Gamifi’s goal is to expand this new platform into a method of creating unique experiences through different technologies supported by applications.  Mayor Jim Gray and Commerce Lexington Inc. joined Gamifi by Fusioncorp executives Wednesday to celebrate the grand opening of the new spinout in Lexington and to announce that Gamifi has created eight new full-time technology jobs.


Interactive app brings downtown Lexington to life

At a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new headquarters, Gamifi by Fusioncorp also unveiled a new app the company developed for VisitLEX, Lexington’s convention and visitors bureau, that guides visitors on an interactive tour of downtown Lexington.


Take A Tour Through Lexington In Augmented Reality

The travel industry is one of several industries that have turned to immersive technology such as virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) in order to showcase what various destinations have to offer. Now the tourism agency for Lexington in Kentucky, VisitLEX is using an AR app to show off its historic downtown area. READ MORE

Augmented reality app launches for Olmsted Parks

There is a new way to enjoy the 850 acres of Buffalo Olmsted Parks. Here is a look at the unique technology you can use to enhance your experience right in the palm of your hand.


Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy launches augmented reality app to mark 150th anniversary

2018 marks 150 years since famed landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted came to Buffalo to begin designing the local urban parks system.

Now, a century and a half later, the Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy is celebrating the anniversary by using ultra-modern technology to enhance the park-going experience.