Interactive Augmented Reality Tours coming to Mississauga through RIC Centre Community Collaboration with ImagineAR™

VANCOUVER, BC and ERIE, Pa., Nov. 23, 2020 /CNW/ – ImagineAR[1] (CSE: IP) (OTCQB: IPNFF) an Augmented Reality Company that enables sports teams, brands and businesses to instantly create their own mobile phone AR campaigns, is excited the RIC Centre is announcing their first Digital Main Street Community Collaboration Project, delivering augmented reality walking tours for the Streetsville Business Improvement Area (BIA) in Mississauga in time for the holiday season. Ready Set Go Design was selected as the technology partner for this project using the ImagineAR augmented reality (AR) platform.

Home to the largest concentration of historic buildings in Mississauga, Streetsville’s main street blends old world charm with its 300+ small businesses in a mix of heritage and modern buildings. In lieu of hosting large group walking tours which were cancelled due to COVID-19, this Community Collaboration Project will help Streetsville BIA offer self-guided, interactive tours for anyone using their smart phone or mobile device.

Ready Set Go will create engaging, interactive experiences that combine educational stops at key heritage locations with fun and promotional activations from local businesses. The walking tours for Streetsville will be live by December 8th, 2020 with surprise visits from Santa for anyone who participates in the tour before December 24th.

“On behalf of the local business community, we are delighted to bring a Virtual Santa to downtown Streetsville as part of the new ImagineAR heritage walking tours so families can safely get photos with Santa as part of their holiday celebrations. We are thankful for the generous support of Heritage Mississauga for providing historical images of Streetsville, video content, and fascinating stories of the Village’s rich history. We encourage residents and visitors to walk through and learn about our village during winter 2020/2021 when COVID-19 restrictions prevent us from hosting in-person events and walking tours,” Amber Pajtasz, General Manager of the Streetsville BIA stated.

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