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Evolution of Immersive Storytelling at The New York Times

May 27

08:20 AM - 08:40 AM

Description

We will give a behind-the-scenes tour of our latest AR work, take a critical look at the creative and technical challenges encountered in the last two years of NYT Immersive storytelling and describe how our thinking about this storyform evolved over time.

Speakers

Immersive Storytelling - Graphics and Multimedia Editor , The New York Times
Graphics/Multimedia Editor , The New York Times

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