A Walk on the Frontier of Art, Where the Sky Is the Limit | Asharq AL-awsat

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Augmented reality and virtual reality are opening doors to new experiences for artists and the public.When walking on the High Line, it’s tough to look more lost than some of the tourists, but I did a pretty good job of it last month when I tripped

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Babak was working in ICT4D before it had a name (2001), never really left it, and knows how to throw together a pretty mean combination of a wide array of programming languages, both frontend and backend. He brought photomarathons to Africa (2007) and won ...

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