Last year, we brought you the first-ever Dallas Innovates magazine. This year, our second annual print publication explores the region as a rising tech superpower and a global hub of innovation. And, we’re practicing what we preach by showing off some fun tech: As Dallas Innovates 2019 arrives in mailboxes, you can interact with the cover in augmented reality, thanks to Groove Jones. Read the digital edition online here.
Note: You will need the Facebook or Snapchat app. The link offers the opportunity to download it.
How to View
Step 1: Click this Snapchat link.
Step 2: In the Snapchat app, press and hold the QR code to activate the filter.
Step 3: Point your phone at the Dallas Innovates Magazine 2019 cover.
Step 4: Wait for the cover to activate.
Step 1: Click this Facebook link.
Step 2: Point your phone at the Dallas Innovates Magazine 2019 cover.
Step 3: Wait for the cover to activate.
Record the experience and share your reactions with #dallasinnovatesAR.
Augmented reality by Groove Jones.
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