Presentation Overview by Christine Perey

Augmented Reality is emerging as the next user interface for information, permitting people to have their digital data intimately tied to the physical world. Leveraging the capabilities of the latest hardware in mobile platforms, cloud services and an array information management and technology, Augmented Reality experiences will soon be penetrating all fields.

For law librarians and legal professionals, there are many applications and implications. How does it work? Why is it important to information publishers and information users? Who is using it professionally and how? How can you prepare your patrons and facilities for the use of AR? How and when will AR be relevant to your daily life?

This presentation will answer these questions and help you be prepared for the arrival of AR in the Law Library.

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