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News: ASCSA
Ancient Corinth, the Roman fountain.
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by Archaeology Newsroom

Take a Field Trip to Corinth

A new app

Following on the heels of the app and interactive Ebook for the Athenian Agora, the ASCSA announced a new, free app to help anyone interested explore Ancient Corinth with content from the forthcoming Ancient Corinth: A Guide to the Site and Museum.

Field Trip

The ASCSA partnered with Google earlier in 2014 to touring Ancient Corinth on-site on smartphones. iPhone, Android, and Google Glass* users can download the free Field Trip app from the iTunes and Google Play stores, tick the box for ASCSA content, and then walk around Ancient Corinth. Users will be notified by their device’s GPS when they approach any of over 50 Corinth monuments. Images, descriptions, links to more information can be viewed on ascsa.net, and related Hesperia articles.

Field Trip allows users to tour Ancient Corinth however they like in whatever direction they choose. Once they ‘ve explored the site inside the fence, they can use Field Trip to find their way to the Odeion, the Gymnasium, the Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore, and elsewhere.

For further information visit the ASCSA site.

*Field Trip on Google Glass includes voice-activation. Internet connection (WiFi or 3G/4G) required for use on all devices.