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Recently, literary scholar Hannes Bajohr brought Megawatt another interesting step forward, by modifying the code to output the text in German.
To be presented at the 2019 International Conference on Human Interaction and Emerging Technologies.
An article by CMS/W
First-of-its-kind field study of the media industry highlights trends, opportunities, and challenges to help advance the understanding and recognition of co-created works and practices
An article by William Uricchio
William Uricchio’s essay “considers today’s AR technologies in terms of these more deeply embedded practices of augmentation, particularly as they play out as interfaces in urban places.”
Launched by the School of Architecture and Planning, the Initiative will partner with faculty across MIT, including those at CMS/W — a leader in transmedia storytelling studies going back to its founding in 1999.
Luíza Bastos Lages's Karmel Prize-winning piece
“Despite being frequently associated with a scenic ideal, the landscape is not reduced to the myth of untouched nature.”
Hannah Ledford's Karmel Prize-winning piece
“Deviled Eggs” won third place in the Robert A. Boit Prize in the short story category of the 2019 Ilona Karmel Writing Prizes.