SxSW Panel: Reality But Better: Augmenting the World with News

Steven King
Mar 12, 2018 · 1 min read
Augmented Reality for South By Southwest

Even in its infancy augmented and mixed Reality tools and techniques have the potential to radically reshape the news business. Deeply immersive stories can be made more interactive and compelling with AR techniques and tools. But in the near future, contextually relevant news — determined by time and location — will be delivered by AR/MR on new hardware systems that seamlessly blend virtual and physical worlds. The Panel explored how this AR/MR revolution will change news delivery and consumption.

The Washington Post:

App, Android | iOS

Stories:

Elbphilharmonie: http://wapo.st/2FxwYRS

African-American History Museum: http://wapo.st/2HpinJ1

Jack-O-Lantern Carving: http://wapo.st/2HlhbWI

Winter Olympics: http://wapo.st/2HnSIAi

NY Times AR App:

Olympics: https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2018/02/01/sports/olympics/nyt-ar-augmented-reality-ul.html

Hidden Figures, T-Brand Studio: Android | iOS:

WSJ Stock Market Visualizations

Quartz

AR Models: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/quartz/id1076683233?mt=8

BBC

BBC launches augmented reality app for Civilisations: http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-42966371

Sunday Telegraph, Australia:

https://youtu.be/l9_rL7AP3ik

Apps and Agencies

8i Holo App

SYFY: http://www.syfy.com/apps/happy-a

Targo AR News

Steven King

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Christian, Husband, Father and professor of multimedia journalism @UNCVisCom Chapel Hill. Former Editor @WashingtonPost. Creator @filmSyncApp