It is critical that building patrons know how to evacuate, in case of an emergency. Live evacuation drills are ideal for training people to evacuate in an indoor or outdoor setting. However, live evacuation drills are time-consuming and costly. They could also lead to injury to participants. Virtual evacuation training would help people visualize evacuation procedures. Emerging research supports augmented reality as an educational, training, and instructional tool. Motivated by augmented reality’s educational use and mobile technology’s ubiquitous presence, an Android-based mobile augmented reality application (MARA) was developed to show people how to evacuate a building. The MARA uses the Unity3D game engine and the Vuforia AR toolkit. This paper presents the use of intelligent signs to illustrate its benefits to the users during evacuation.