We present the AR-Exhibition “Hidden Cost” made by the Museum for Natural History in Berlin and the New York based photographer J Henry Fair. J Henry Fair's aerial images are stunning abstract compositions, full of organic forms and graphic patterns, vivid colors and tense contrasts. They are strikingly beautiful, but behind the beauty lies the unexpected – the aerial images show the environmental damage caused by human activity, the hidden costs of our everyday life: Striking colors created by toxic waste, graphic patterns as leftovers from opencast mining sites and other practices. “Hidden Costs” is equipped with a unique media system by our company shoutr labs. By using augmented reality each picture comes alive and provides visitors with background information. It is an integration of an exhibition with interactive content, that shows the importance of environmentally responsible behavior. During the workshop we will show the transfer of information through media and the active use of AR for educational purposes.