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Garage Stories Creathon (Creative Hackathon) Winners talk

May 31

03:30 PM - 04:00 PM

Description

Presentation of the winning team of "Stories of the Future 2030", the XR Creathon organized by the XR content lab Garage Stories at the Institute for the Future to discuss and prototype how should XR technologies affect the way we interact with the world in the following years. Winning team: SIA, a mixed reality solution developed with Magic Leap aimed to use these technologies—with the caveat we were to think in the year 2030—to allow those with cognitive disability to augment their abilities and mold the world around them to their level of ability, placing the burden on SIA instead of them or their caretakers or businesses, schools, or employers. Speakers Include: Marta Ordeig, Garage Stories Cristy Stone, SIA Reality - winning team Noreen Qureshi, SIA Reality - winning team Ewan Johnson, SIA Reality - winning team Darius Clarke, SIA Reality - winning team Erik Flowers, SIA Reality - winning team

Speakers

Founder , Garage Stories
Problem statement and persona , SIA Reality
VR prototype development , SIA Reality
VR prototype development , SIA Reality
Use case definition and storyboards , SIA Reality
Market research and viability , SIA Reality

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