A mobile application developer from the U.S. is working to create a way for people to see what Korea would be like without a border dividing it.
Using augmented reality, Mark Skwarek is developing an app for iPhones and Android phones that allows people to view the landscape of the DMZ with the border erased.
By going to the right spot, users can hold the phone up in front of themselves to see what Skwarek envisions the view of a united Korea would be like.
“I am certainly not claiming that this project will actually unite the country,” says Skwarek. “But I hope it will act as a vision of hope to the Koreans.”
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