Black History Month comes alive with a virtual reality technology experience

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A Richmond site provides a VR lesson like no other with a glimpse into an important past. A new virtual reality technology-based experience is opening an entirely new perspective from which to learn about the tragedies and triumphs woven into Richmond’s Black history. Virtual visitors are able to use Hidden in Plain Site: Richmond for an enriched education experience. Through virtual reality technology, the Hidden in Plain Site: Richmond experience can send virtual visitors walking by the slave-holding facility called Lumpkin’s Jail, which is currently the site of a patch…

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New Atlantic City Park QR codes help enhance the visitor experience

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These easy-to-use quick response codes allow people to learn more about the facilities and features. In a recent report by the Atlantic City Council, it was announced that new park QR codes would be rolled out to among the improvements being made to the area. On top of the changes made to the public facilities, the quick response codes will provide accessible information. The original announcement was made by Atlantic Park Director Bryant Rasmussen as a part of his annual report to the Atlantic City Council. The park QR codes…

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This year’s Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree is brought to you by QR codes

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The NYC holiday landmark is using technology to help visitors maintain social distancing. For many families, visiting the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree is a tradition, but this year, some advance planning and QR code scanning will be required. The lighting ceremony already took place weeks ago, but it is still a lovely part of the holidays. This year’s Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree is a Norway Spruce towering 75 feet over the space. That said, just because there’s a lot of room, it doesn’t mean it can stand up to the…

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Top Marketing Tips that Improve Sales and Leads

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For your information, around 65% of Americans have a smartphone of their own. This means they have the liberty to browse whatever they want on the internet. Be it a new product or service; the availability of smartphones has speeded up things. In simple words, the use of mobile phones is not just a part of the future but has also changed the dynamics of the business world. Long story cut short, mobile communication has emerged as a top-notch tool for a lot of people throughout the US. According to…

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School library QR codes help kids with contactless browsing

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An Alden, New York teacher created 150 quick response barcodes to make it easier to peruse books. A teacher from Alden, New York has generated 150 school library QR codes to support students who want to use the resources in a touch-free way. This allows students to access these resources and books while reducing the spread of germs. The library media specialist at Alden High School wanted to reduce the need to touch the books. Ann Sobol from Alden High School came up with the idea for the school library…

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