After long last, season three of the popular martial arts crime drama Warrior has finally begun airing on Max (formerly HBO Max).

To help promote the new episodes, Max teamed up with a handful of multicultural artists to create a series of interactive murals powered by augmented reality (AR) technology. Each mural features a QR code that, when scanned, brings the 2D images to life in the real world.

Credit: Max

Fans of the show can interact with three murals scattered across the United States. One mural is located in Los Angeles and was created by Swank One. A second mural, created by Vincent Ballantine, can be found in New York, and a third by Vogue + Agana in San Francisco. Here are the specific addresses of each mural for those interested:

  • New York – 149 Hester Street, New York, NY
  • Los Angeles – 1200 S Hope Street, Los Angeles, CA
  • San Francisco – 965 Clay Street, San Francisco, CA

“Seeing Warrior return for our 3rd season during this 50th anniversary year for my father is just the ultimate celebration of his legacy,” said Shannon Lee, executive producer on Warrior, president of the Bruce Lee Foundation, and Bruce Lee’s daughter, in an official release.

“I couldn’t be more proud of our show, our cast, our crew, and the impact our show continues to have and the entertainment it continues to serve up and celebrating through art and interactivity in 3 cities across the country all at once is just an amazing way for a lot of people to get in on the fun!”

For more information check out the official release here.

Feature Image Credit: Max