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Transmedia Futures: Situated Documentary via Augmented Reality

August3

Gary Hayes states a good case for Augmented reality being the natural place for historical reconstruction. The tech is getting better and coupled with GPS or location based services it makes perfect sense to use available hardware as windows into the past. I have been fortunate enough to work with some very talented Australian and Dutch documentary film makers through Crossover Labs on something similar looking at more recent history and the fit is exceptional.

 

Can I have $500 to learn some history mum?

Related posts:

  1. Jeremiah’s Vanishing New York
  2. The Past, Present and Future of Augmented Reality
  3. WordLens – Augmented Reality Translation
  4. Cambridge Science Festival – Augmented Reality
  5. [murmur] History from the Ground Up

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