Other AR experiences baked into the app include a deadline that shows how the statue is copper patina developed over time, and views of the statue and the surrounding skyline from the torch. The latest perception is a particularly valuable one. The original, readily available torch was damaged by debris after German saboteurs blew up an ammunition depot in Jersey City, NJ to prevent US support for its allies during World War I. the last time a visitor actually saw the statue, New York and New Jersey right up there in 1
For now the magnificence of reality ends there – you cannot go to Liberty Island and point to your ring on the statue for new insights . That's not to say that you will never be able to, though: The app's developer, Yap Studios, has not ruled out adding new AR experiences along the way.
Anyway, there are some extra blooms to take advantage of if you make the trip to Liberty Island with the app in tow. When you arrive, the app will recognize that you have come to meet the statue personally and offer a map and a guided tour. And for seriously curiously, the Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation has also commissioned a podcast series that you can dig into the app that delves into the monument's history, symbolism and lasting influence.