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Why Your Newsroom Should Be Paying Attention to AR

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Outside the world of new media and tech, augmented reality is probably less understood than virtuality reality but, according to industry experts, its capacity to change the way we interact with news will be phenomenal. AR works by projecting images onto reality, rather than replacing reality with a simulated one. But how far away is AR from transforming our media landscape? GEN interviewed Peter Oberdorfer, President and partner at Tactic: a San Francisco-based company specialised in design and post-production for both virtual reality and augmented reality. Read the interview here.

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Is Virtual Reality Journalism Here To Stay?

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From 20-26 September, the Global Editors Network will be leading a group of 12 editors and senior news executives on a study tour focused on virtual reality, augmented reality and 360 video in San Francisco and Los Angeles.

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Music Not Noise: A New Liveblogging App from Vocento

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An innovation team from the Spanish media group Vocento has developed a fantastic new app - Music, Not Noise - after taking part in an El País-GEN Editors Lab in February last year. Their winning Music, Not Noise prototype was a tool designed to publish multimedia coverage under a liveblogging concept. Vocento's second winning project from this past season of the Editors Lab - How Do People Eat In Spain? - has also been implemented. GEN spoke to Editorial Director of Innovation and Developer of Regional Media at Vocento, Fernando Belzunce, to get the details.

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