Ronni Gordon, The Take Magazine, November 18, 2017
New media artist John Craig Freeman uses augmented reality in public art projects to let us see two worlds at once.
It’s hard to escape the debate over the proposed border wall with Mexico, but, if you live in New England, difficult to envision the area where it would go. New media artist John Craig Freeman has brought the U.S.-Mexico border to Boston through a technique called augmented reality (AR), or digital information integrated into the world in real time. His project, Virtual U.S. Mexico Border, enables viewers to be in two different worlds simultaneously. Read the entire article.