Spirit of Sweet Auburn: Augmented Reality Video Prototype (2000)

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This video was produced as a group project for a special seminar on Augmented Reality taught by Jay Bolter and Blair McIntyre at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Our video prototyped an augmented reality experience for a visitor touring the birthplace of John Wesley Dobbs, an early civil rights activist from the Sweet Auburn Avenue district in Atlanta. The visitor touring the home, wearing virtual reality headgear, would experience multimedia "memories" associated with significant items in the house.

Narrative concept, video production for one content section, scriptwriting, prototyping. Other group members were Noel Moreno, Lauren Keating, Sarah Craighill, and Laina Padgett.

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