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Almost everyone in the world has been affected by the switch to Virtual Events this year. These virtual conferences and meetings are almost always accompanied by disappointment, promises that the change is temporary, and general lamentation over not being able to shake hands or even just share space. And while we’re right there with you wanting pandemic stress and health risks to disappear, we think changes to the way we work and live will be here to stay.

If you’re stoked, great. If you’re not, keep reading. Because we’ve got some practical suggestions to help make anything from happy hour on Zoom to an all-out multi-day conference via multiple channels just a bit more enjoyable through the magic of Virtual Reality. …


A Magic Realism YA Coming March 15, 2021

It’s cover reveal day! And naturally, I’m very excited! I’m sharing not just the artwork, but the title that I’ve been keeping under wraps as well. Since I’m not much for secrets though, some of you have already guessed that I’ve been working on my 2017 NanoWriMo project, The Electric Girl.

This book has been a labor of love and having it wrap at the end of 2020 is bittersweet. Crafting this story has allowed me to explore some of my favorite 80s pop-culture and other childhood memories. …


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Current conversations about AR Glasses seem to diverge down one of two paths. It’s a product for consumers, something to facilitate search, navigation, shopping, and daily personal activity. Or it’s a tool for workplaces, something to execute tasks, analyze data, and guide decision-making. Both use cases bring powerful problem solving to our daily lives.

So, in this light, rather than envisioning a one-size-fits-all device, we can see two distinctly different markets developing for this evolution in spatial computing hardware. Think of it as AR for you, and AR for your work.

We’ve blogged about smartglasses before, but we think all AR hardware deserves ongoing attention. These products have the potential to one day replace our smartphones. So, it’s an exciting time to be watching AR Glasses evolve, bringing the collective vision of so many innovators to fruition. …

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Christine Hart

Content for Stambol Studios. Novelist. Artist. Mom.

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