AR experience does not only exist in personal screens. In fact, when augmented reality is used in a larger scale, such as stage performance, it could bring immersive experience of the mixture of virtual and reality to the audience. Here’s an example I would like to share because of its immersive experience with multiple viewers. Himango Concert, performed in National Theater of South Korea, is one of the experimental performance which combines music, dance and augmented Reality. At this show, the augmented reality technology (starting from 1:30) is combined with 4D display technology to create a striking visual of mixed reality for the audience. The virtual pattern created by AR reacts to the dancer’s elegant movements simultaneously. It flies around the dancer to create an aurora effect. Augmented adds interactivity to the performance which could give the viewers unexpected excitement.