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Tuesday, April 8 • 1:15pm - 2:30pm
Who Owns Story in the Future: Why journalists need to experiment in Google Glass, augmented reality and wearable technology….now.

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While journalists continue to struggle to adapt to new forms in tablet and mobile, another disruption looms on the horizon. “Immersive Mobile” — in the form of Google Glass, Wearable Technology and Augmented Reality Devices — is changing the nature of story in motion. Hear from media artists, technologists and journalists on the cutting edge of device-based storytelling who may be defining a new form of “story” in personalized, contextualized data. 
Moderator: Christine Martin, The Poynter Institute​
Panelists:  Dana Coester, West Virginia University
Marykay McFarland, West Virginia University
Joel Beeson, West Virginia University
David Leonard, UCLA Arts Software Studio, Art Center College of Design

Tuesday April 8, 2014 1:15pm - 2:30pm
Conference Room 5/6

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