Louisville Police Take Down Inmate Lookup Site Amid Mass Arrest of Protesters

GizModo VR

An estimated 127 people have been arrested since protesters took to the streets of Louisville, Kentucky, on Wednesday after a grand jury chose not to charge three officers for Breonna Taylor’s death. With hundreds more expected to be detained in the coming weeks, the Information Systems Team at the Louisville Metro… Read more.

Breonna’s Garden: An AR Experience to Foster Healing

ARPost

Taylor, a 26-year-old African-American woman, was fatally shot by plainclothes police when she was hit by 6 of the 32 bullets that were fired into her Louisville, Kentucky home.

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TikTok gets g-l-a-m-o-r-o-u-s, thanks to Jack Harlow

Mashable VR

The Louisville rapper teased 13 seconds of his new track "First Class" last Friday (April 1), and in less than a week TikTok produced over 50,000 videos using the audio snippet of the song.

How the XR Community Celebrates Black History Month (Black Futures Month?)

ARPost

The experience will make its world premiere at SXSW next month and will also be in Breonna’s hometown of Louisville Kentucky for her birthday, June 5.

Microsoft Now Hosts Free HoloLens Demos Across US & Canada

Road to VR

Louisville, Oxmoor Center. Haven’t been able to make it to any of the big gaming expos (or you don’t know anyone with the $3,000 AR headset)? Microsoft Stores across the US and Canada are now hosting free HoloLens demos, so you can finally see what the hubbub is all about.

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The mixed messages of Microsoft’s Hololens2: very few corporate use cases and lots of limitations

Robert Scoble

Just last summer I visited the factories of Boeing, Tesla, Ford, and Louisville Slugger. [link]. I’m a bit bothered by the overselling of mixed reality, or spatial computing, at least short term (long term my kids’ lives will be dramatically improved by them, we all can see that, but that might not happen for quite a few years). Notice that Microsoft says its Hololens2 is for enterprise uses only, yet to demonstrate it they had a piano on stage.