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Tuesday, May 3 • 4:40pm - 5:00pm
Talking Trees, Augmented Bins - the Future of Advertising Media?

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People all over the world keep claiming the money spent on advertising could have already solved global issues such as hunger, poverty. And we all know it's a utopia. But is it? Having physical connected to digital opens a bright future for corporate investment in urban improvement. Augmented reality, proximity-based technology, wearables, sensors, low-energy connectivity - these are technologies that a) promise every single thing to be an advertising media; b) solve the biggest problem of outdoor advertising - measuring ROI. This means a tree can be planted by advertiser, not the city, if it distributes information to passersby at the right time, in the right location, in the right context. The whole public areas can be renovated and improved this way. Bye-bye billboards. Through this talk, you will learn about practical experiments taken in London in this direction, its' outcomes, specifics, and applications. P.S. Talking tree might be showcased if allowed through customs.

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Maryna Razakhatskaya

Creative Technologist, MSc, Middlesex University
Maryna Razakhatskaya is making, breaking, inventing new things at the crossroads of art + business + technology as part of her MSc Creative Technology program in London, United Kingdom. Passionate about innovative advertising and previously unknown applications of technology/digital arts in solving communication problems and urban environment issues, Maryna's primary research interest is in application of creative technology to natural... Read More →



Tuesday May 3, 2016 4:40pm - 5:00pm
NYIT AOB 1871 Broadway, New York, NY 10023

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