SAN app is a unique, planetary-scale, augmented reality (AR) application for creating large-format objects and spatial structures and creating new AR worlds. It is capable of operating with hundreds of kilometres large GPS-based AR objects corresponding to a ratio of 1:1 to the real space. Moving with the SAN application through real space, the viewer also moves through the SAN app augmented reality space in identical scale and proportions.
SAN app objects are linked to GPS coordinates. They are only visible with the SAN app in their defined geolocation and in their operating zone. SAN app objects and spatial structures can be located anywhere on planet Earth. They can be created for a special location, cover whole cities, create many users’ multi-layered, decentralised Metaspace structures and new AR worlds’ ecosystems.
The SAN application can be downloaded at www.san.land (App Store and Google Play). Large-scale space designs and objects can be ordered from the SAN architects and designers, or designed by users themselves and sent to the SAN app creators (firstname.lastname@example.org) for insertion in the SAN application.
Common SAN METASPACES are also created in the approximate sizes of cities, which show all areas of SAN object owners, which are marked according to their geolocation. When entering each zone of the SAN object, only the objects of the specific location are opened for viewing in the app.
It is also possible to include, for example, a city map, marked event routes, or kilometer-long informative banners in the common SAN METSASPACE.
SAN SUPERGALLERIES is a GPS-based, large-scale augmented reality architectural space for exhibiting NFT and digital art. In SAN SUPERGALLERIES, it is possible to get to NFT trading platforms or artists' websites from the exhibited works using the touch screen.
In May 2022, the SAN app started an NFT art demo project creating a global network of Augmented Reality SUPERGALLERIES in the real space Metaverse, paralleling the major art events in the world. SAN SUPERGALLERIES are currently located and on view at the 59th Venice Biennale (http://www.gabrans.com/super-galleries.php), Berlin Biennale, documenta 15 in Kassel; the expansion of the network continues.
Artists are welcome to submit their NFT works for collective exhibitions, a specific fair, or a biennial (following the list below). It is also possible for institutions, galleries, curators, and artists to order separate, ready-made SAN SUPERGALLERIES for their project or exhibition and ultimately manage the creation of the exposition. The gallery's unique architecture can also be commissioned from SAN designers and architects, or send your project to email@example.com for placement in the SAN app.