Storytelling with Augmented Reality Application
In this six-week virtual workshop, students (ages 15-18) will learn how to use Augmented Reality (AR) to tell powerful stories about local issues that matter to them. Working in teams, students will focus on a social challenge in their neighborhood and develop their explorations into interactive digital experiences using Augmented Reality. They will learn storyboarding, design methodologies, and interaction design techniques using the cutting-edge Artivive authoring tool for mobile devices.

The program will start on April 6 for Monday afternoon sessions and April 8 for Wednesday afternoon sessions and end in mid-May. Admissions are rolling so be sure to apply ASAP to secure a spot.

If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Maya Holm (maya@zero1.org).
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