Points have gone ‘mall’ spooky at a Renfrewshire searching centre as it prepares for Hallowe’en.
Thanks to some hello-tech wizardry, customers at intu Braehead can get pictures of on their own standing up coming to a ghoulish ghost, frightening skeleton and even a vampire surrounded by bats.
The Renfrew shopping mall is launching its free augmented reality Hallowe’en experience application on Friday, Oct 9.
All buyers have to have to do for some spooky fun is obtain the intu Braehead application for their cell phone or tablet, scan distinctive markers on the flooring throughout the centre and the spooky figures surface as if by magic on their screens.
They can then choose images of good friends and household standing subsequent to the virtual Hallowe’en figures.
The result in markers can also be downloaded from the intu Braehead website, printed out and then utilised at residence to make the figures seem when using the application, which will be active until eventually November 4.
David Lyon, intu Braehead’s marketing and advertising supervisor, explained: “How weird is it heading to be when you can get your photograph taken beside a ghost, skeleton, witch or vampire and his bat mates in the middle of a searching centre?
“Hallowe’en is the regular time of yr when every person has a little bit of entertaining with spooky goings-on but we’re bringing it proper into the 21st century with some remarkable augmented reality engineering.
“It’ll be terrific pleasurable for all the family and a little something they’ll be speaking about for a extended time.”
Go to www.intu.co.uk/braehead for a lot more aspects or to down load the app and the cause marker graphics.