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Exclusive – Explaining the rise of AR with experts Ant and Alex

Exclusive – Explaining the rise of AR with experts Ant and Alex

Augmented reality filters and interactive games have exploded in popularity this year, especially with Gen Zers. We sat down to discuss all things AR with two industry leaders, Ant Hagan and Alex Semenzato.  If you’ve ever sent a friend a selfie with a face filter, or made a TikTok using special effects, then you’ll be familiar with augmented reality. Augmented reality (AR) can be anything that uses virtual assets or...

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Exclusive – Chatting to Prospect 100 design winner Ryan Roddy

Exclusive – Chatting to Prospect 100 design winner Ryan Roddy

22 year old designer and Prospect 100 winner Ryan Roddy talks to us about his corkscrew sneaker, future career plans, and offers up tips for other Gen Z creatives.   It’s been an exciting few weeks for Ryan Roddy, the brains behind Prospect 100’s winning entry for its latest sneaker design competition. For those unaware, Prospect 100 offers under 25s opportunities to show off their work and potentially bag career-boosting internships...

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Exclusive – What the Danish mink-cull means for the future of fur production

Exclusive – What the Danish mink-cull means for the future of fur production

Humane Society International/Europe's senior director of public affairs Dr Joanna Swabe expands on the looming nationwide mink cull to combat Covid mutation fears, an animal welfare tragedy, but a significant development in the fight to end fur farming. On November 6, the Danish government ordered a cull of every mink in the country due to fears that a Covid-19 mutation spreading from animals to humans could seriously jeopardise future vaccines....

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Exclusive – Meeting the creators of new Gen Z art magazine Gatekeeper

Exclusive – Meeting the creators of new Gen Z art magazine Gatekeeper

Gatekeeper is giving new and aspiring young artists resources and insights into the world of art, helping them to understand the ins and outs of an over-commercialised industry. The art market is huge, estimated to be valued at over $64.1 billion USD. That’s a crazy high number, one that’s been generated via politics, hierarchy, and elitism. That’s before you even consider that the industry remains largely unregulated, meaning the...

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