Project Description In 2016, 62 percent of Americans got news on social media — a source that is tailored to our interests, opinions and beliefs. Dubbed the “echo chamber,” social … Learn more about this project.
Aftermath VR App, a project from New Cave Media
Project Description We want to research the use of photogrammetry for journalistic storytelling and conduct a project that would use this method. In Aftermath VR, an app for Samsung Gear … Learn more about this project.
Community and Ethnic Media Journalism 360, a project from CUNY
Project Description Recently CUNY J-School’s Center for Community and Ethnic Media (CCEM) offered a training on 360° video for community and ethnic media journalists. A good number of journalists, young … Learn more about this project.
Spatial and Head-Locked Stereo Audio for 360 Journalism, a project from NPR
Project Description 360 video has made a mission of “presence,” fully immersing a viewer/listener in place, character and story. Understandably, most forays into journalistic 360 have focused on visual immersion, … Learn more about this project.
Immersive Storytelling from the Ocean Floor, a project from MIT Future Ocean Lab
Project Description It is often said that we protect what we love. A cynic might say that we destroy what we cannot see. Hidden beneath the ocean’s surface are some … Learn more about this project.
The Wall, a project from The Arizona Republic and USA TODAY Network
Project Description Donald Trump campaigned on the idea of a wall along the Mexican border. Before he took office, he promised it. After he took office, he ordered it. The … Learn more about this project.
Scene VR, a project from Northwestern University Knight Lab
Project Description The project is to create a tool for easily creating shareable, embeddable WebVR stories. Through our research over the last six months we’ve determined that, for a majority … Learn more about this project.
Location-Based VR Data Visualization, a project from Arizona State University, Cronkite School of Journalism
Project Description Our project is a Unity-based asset tool that will allow journalists/content developers to easily create location-based data visualizations for virtual reality viewing. The location-based nature of the tool … Learn more about this project.
Visualizing Health and Science News with Augmented Reality, a project from NYC Media Lab
Team Justin Hendrix, Executive Director, NYC Media Lab Erica Matsumoto, Strategic Partnerships, NYC Media Lab Jonathan Fahey, Global Health & Science Editor, The Associated Press Darrell Allen, Deputy Director of … Learn more about this project.