On March 30 I’ll be giving a talk at ARSyd, an event in Sydney on, you guessed it, Augmented Reality. I’ll be talking about my research project broadly, but will be focusing on the mobile/situated aspect of knowledge generation. Here’s a (regrettably third-persion) abstract:

The lines between the digital world and reality are increasingly blurred. In his PhD research at RMIT in Melbourne, Chris studies how natural environments are being augmented with digital information, and how this information can be used in-situ to generate novel insights about the places we inhabit. He will discuss how mobile and AR technology can be used to interpret information that is about place, and will give an overview of his project designing a location based knowledge system for national park rangers.

If you’re in Sydney it’d be great to see you there. Map and further details are over at eventbrite.


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