• April 9th, 2016

Digital Innovation

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Augmented Reality (AR) : what are the consequences for society
Augmented Reality are becoming readily available and are defined as a live, direct or indirect, view of a physical, real-world environment whose elements are augmented by computer-generated sensory input such as sound, video, graphics or GPS data. Virtual reality replaces the real world with a simulated one. These technologies will have a significant impact on the way we live our lives.
So what will be the consequences on the business landscape because of Augmented Reality? How will AR alter our societal practices of how we work and play? How will our perception alter of the already blurred real and virtual worlds? What different experiences could a business recreate and imagine with the concept of AR? How will people interact with both the digital and real? You are tasked with creating an academic poster supported by a short literature review and a reflective:
1. 40% of the module mark: Creating a well designed digital academic poster that includes:
a. Background of the Augmented Reality
b. Key positives that AR can bring to business
c. Key negatives that AR can bring to business
d. Make recommendations how society might harness the benefits or mitigate the negatives.
e. Best 3 posters get laminated
2. 50% of the module mark: A literature review to critically discuss the subject matter of your chosen topic area that will theoretically underpin the poster (1500 word limit with a 10%-/+)
a. You are asked to carry out a systematic search of The Library’s online databases, looking for peer-reviewed academic journal or conference papers. Your purpose is to discover relevant, peer-reviewed, academic research articles on your chosen topic area
b. Theoretical areas for discussion to choose from are: ethics and technology, privacy and surveillance of such technologies, AR and organisational change or AR and the cyborg.
c. Introduce your topic area and construct a balanced discussion this may include a comparison and contrast of different authors’ views on an issue, highlight areas in which authors are in disagreement, you can group authors who draw similar conclusions, offer a criticism on aspects of methodology, highlight exemplary studies and or gaps in research (50%)
3. 10% of the module mark: Reflection on learning and practice throughout the module. (300 word limit with a 10%-/+)
a. Focus on one area of learning or practice and use Gibbs Reflective Cycle to frame your discussion. Please add this to the end of your literature review

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