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Reality Hack for Public Health

We are reporting from Canberra, Australia where together with journalism technologist Ben Kreimer, we're producing a 'Reality Hack' exploring the utility of 360° video, virtual reality (VR), and augmented reality (AR) in the service of development and public health. We've invited a small, curated group of thought leaders from key industries, academia and government to join us at the innovationXchange, the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade's development innovation hub.
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