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Purdue Ag Augmented Reality

Learn more about Purdue™ Agriculture programs, products, and initiatives through augmented reality.

This free app is designed to complement Purdue University® College of Agriculture communications materials and is available to anyone with a compatible smartphone or tablet.

You will only be able to utilize the Boiler Black and Boiler Gold augmented reality features if you choose to grant the app permission to access your phone’s camera when prompted.

Mobile Friendly

Available currently on the Google Play Store

Educational

Learn more about the science behind making Boiler Black and Boiler Gold through the fermentation process

Convenient

Convenient and easy to use - no VR headset necessary

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