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Krista Sarginson 7 Jan 18
"By looking at a piece through a smartphone, visitors see the painting's subjects come to life through augmented reality"
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Andrew Campbell 7 Jan 18
Replying to @oksarge
Or you could just look at art. Isn't art good enough anymore?
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Krista Sarginson 7 Jan 18
Replying to @acampbell99
I suspect ALL kinds of art, including this type of redefined "art" experience is worth evaluating based on and based in the cultural context from which it evolved. It's evocative. How is it different from an "impressionist" or a "surrealist" lens, for example?
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Andrew Campbell 7 Jan 18
Replying to @oksarge
Current conventional wisdom is that everything is enhanced by technology. I don't agree. Many things are just better without digital mediation.
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Replying to @acampbell99 @oksarge
It would be a sad world if it was true.
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Andrew Campbell 7 Jan 18
I'm not suggesting anyone does force people to use it. I'm saying I wish people didn't. I wish people would take a moment to experience things before mediating it with technology.
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π•―π–”π–šπ–Œ π•»π–Šπ–™π–Šπ–—π–˜π–”π–“ 7 Jan 18
It would be an interesting to draw a chart and map a day of technology use. Free Choice versus everything else. i.e. demands by employer, requirement of bank, troubleshooting for friends, etc.
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Andrew Campbell 7 Jan 18
My admin disagrees. And I agree that it's a useful tool to engage with some families. I just wish there was a way to continue that without my personal account.
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Krista Sarginson 7 Jan 18
Your admin wants you to engage parents via FB?
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Paul McGuire 7 Jan 18
I don't think there is anything wrong with that, but Facebook and Twitter for most educators is merely a cheerleading tool. I think you need to use a blogging tool to really transfer intelligent content to parents. I don't know many admin who do that. Teachers, for sure.
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And yet, at the same time, I hope that you would agree there's not enough. Everyone has a story to tell.
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