De Kruidhof Botanic Garden and the National Botanic Garden in Nairobi asked FRLA to find a way that both gardens could work together to tell the stories of plant based anti-malarial treatments. The result is a new way of thinking about botanic collections and how they might be shared. A garden in each country is linked by live video feeds. An augmented reality display is superimposed on to these images allowing visitors to explore either garden in real time. The design also incorporates QR Codes as a way of using the visitors’ mobile phones to provide interpretation in different media and languages. This project is currently fund-raising prior to implementation. Read more about this here.