Museums are responsible for human history and culture conservation to provide sustainable education for human society. As digital media and internet getting popular, a new exhibiting style has been developed. It is necessary to establish well-functional human-computer interaction immediately.This research mainly utilizes the augmented reality technology to mapping a virtual image and a real context. Accordingly, by defining the coordinates of the visual tag through the computer-controlled camera, a three-dimensional virtual image can be transferred on top of the visual tag. By doing so, distance visitors can appreciate an exhibited museum antique in terms of size/proportion, form and texture from different viewing angles. Thus, the visibility and inter-actability will be strongly enhanced.Besides, multimedia applications including image, voice and picture have been introduced to provide more diversified performance. In order to improve its usability and effectiveness, this research also proceeds with the usability test for human-computer interactions. The authors hope it will inspire not only more research works but also more practical applications.