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The Meeting JASMIN mobile app, powered by Live Portrait, utilizes augmented reality to “bring to life” unique, curated art films directly from the static artwork creating an immersive experience for the viewer. (PRNewsFoto/JASMIN)

Meeting JASMIN, a fine art traveling exhibition, has announced the launch of its mobile app which incorporates Live Portrait, a technology service that blends Augmented Reality (AR) with Image Recognition.

Following its inaugural exhibition in Los Angeles, the exhibit will debut in San Francisco

 Thursday, October 20th
in Gallery 308
located at the
Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture, 2 Marina Blvd, Gallery 308, San Francisco CA, 94123

Featuring 33 unique works by renowned digital artists, Raphael Vicenzi, Alberto Seveso, and Hugo Valentine, Meeting JASMIN captures the many emotions and complex, personal connections that take place throughout the self-discovery process of meeting someone new. With the help of the app,  JASMIN models will bring to life the mind, body, and soul journey an individual takes when discovering a new lover or muse.

Viewers can experience the technology first hand by simply scanning select pieces of artwork to watch films that launch directly from the static artwork. The immediate, immersive, interactive experience allows seamless connection with the artwork.

In addition, special guest contributors will “come to life” to help further articulate the message of art, love and the human connection.

The Meeting JASMIN mobile app will be available for download beginning Thursday, October 20th on both iTunes for iOS users and Google Play for the Android platform.