Augmented reality is a superpower, and it is changing the world as we know it. In her Talk, Renée Stevens, award-winning motion and augmented reality designer and creator of tagAR, a mobile application that helps users never forget a name again, looks back on her struggles with dyslexia and explains how augmented reality and visual thinking helped her become the successful designer she is today. She discusses what augmented reality is and how it can help those with dyslexia digest information in more powerful ways.
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