Since many in the community are now home with their children, we at the Mobility Authority wanted to give families some fun activities they can do together, safely at home. Our 45SW Trail located along the 45SW Toll Road celebrates the rich history and natural treasures of the Texas Hill Country and Edwards Aquifer, a region we committed to protect.
Recently, we also released an augmented reality (AR) mobile app to help tell the story of the region based on trail signs located along the path. Since you may not be able to get out to the trail right now, we are bringing the signs and app to you for use in your own home.
Simply download the free app, Trail Explorer by CTRMA in your phone’s app store to give your family a fun and interactive experience! Follow the directions in the app and use your phone’s camera to trigger the augmented reality animations from the brackets found in these images. Scan right from your computer or tablet screen or print from your home printer.
There’s a feature that will allow you to take your picture with incredible animations found in the app. Imagine a live oak growing in your living room or a mosasaur swimming in your backyard.
We’d love to see the fun! Tag the Mobility Authority on social media in any pictures you snapped using the app or of your coloring book creations for a chance to win a 45SW Trail prize pack!
Stay safe, stay home.
The Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority
Click on the image to the left to download the 45SW Trail Coloring and Activity Book!
Click on the image to the left to access the 45SW Trail signs and experience the augmented reality animations for yourself!
*Some of these signs need to be at an angle to trigger, so move around a bit to activate the AR!