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Jack Morton's Matt Jones, SVP, Creative & Strategy, spoke at this year's Event Design Conference on the (potentially) provocative topic of Augmented Reality and current craze surrounding it.

Jack Morton's Matt Jones, SVP, Creative & Strategy, spoke at this year's Event Design Conference on the (potentially) provocative topic of Augmented Reality and current craze surrounding it.

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  • 1. Matt Jones SVP, Strategy + Creative Jack Morton Worldwide
  • 2. Setting expectations
  • 3. Google is good for information. Speakers are good for insight (hopefully).
  • 4. Augmented reality.
  • 5. The next big thing?
  • 6. Really? I thought that was
  • 7. In 2009, I hated social media. This year, I think I hate AR.
  • 8. Now what is augmented reality? What counts as AR?
  • 9. Optical recognition by computer. Computer-added visual layers. Creating a new (augmented) reality.
  • 10. Not to be confused with... Virtual Reality QR codes Location-based data
  • 11. Optical recognition by computer. Computer-added visual layers. Creating a new (augmented) reality.
  • 12. Mobile Static
  • 13. Mobile Static
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  • 16. ‘ It’ is in front of you. AR creates an augmented experience of ‘it’.
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  • 23. Visual search Recognition-based data Human 2.0
  • 24. Mobile Static
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  • 26. ‘ It’ is not there. AR creates an augmented reality where ‘it’ is now there… to be interacted with.
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  • 31. Virtual mirror/lens Context-sensitive product visualization
  • 32. Just because you can do it doesn’t mean you should do it
  • 33. A gimmick A ‘new’ interface A way to lock content A way to collect data
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  • 39. Stop looking at what has already been done.
  • 40. Very soon “wow that’s cool” is not going to be enough of a reason to invest in AR…
  • 41. So let’s focus on the post-novelty era of augmented reality
  • 42. Let’s take a step back and be clear why we are all here…
  • 43. Design + Events Environments Experiences
  • 44. Design + Real-time engagement of brand communities through experiences
  • 45. Design + Real-time enhancement of brand experiences to build communities
  • 46. AR as a way to engage people AR as way to enhance their reality AR as a new platform for creativity and expression (as long as it serves one of our two objectives)
  • 47. How do brands want to engage their communities? What experiences are brands trying to enhance?
  • 48. Personal Personalized Rich, engaging, immersive Pull, not push Viral/social
  • 49. Are you engaging people? Are you involving people? Are you persuading people? Are you influencing people? Are you co-creating with people?
  • 50. How do brands want to engage their communities? What experiences are brands trying to enhance?
  • 51. Discover Shopper/customer User/owner Community Employee/partner
  • 52. Are you solving a problem? Are you improving something? Are you adding value? Are you being real?
  • 53. So let’s think about digital…
  • 54. The smartest digital hot shots are trying to humanize their ideas
  • 55. Online social networks are still rooted in real world friendships and real world experiences
  • 56. The smartest social media thinkers recognize that it’s just plumbing…a way to connect people with communities, stories, and ideas
  • 57. Fun/creative/novel/inventive/cool Useful/relevant Talkable Simple Integrated
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  • 59. Apps Augmented Reality Physical World Hyperlinking Social Media Mobile Devices Geolocation-Based Content Interactive Multimedia 3D + Holographic Technology Touch Interfaces It all matters
  • 60. Live experiences Real experiences Human experiences
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  • 74. What mattered in 2000 is still what matters in 2010.
  • 75. Engaging, life-enhancing experiences…communities and movements anchored by powerful social stories…creativity, utility, narrative, and purpose…all that remains ‘the next big thing’.