VIRTUAL & AUGMENTED REALITY: PROTESTING COLUMBUS

January 08, 2018 at 8:00 pm

METROFOCUS WEB EXCLUSIVE

New York activist Glenn Cantave is using groundbreaking methods in his fight to replace the statue of Christopher Columbus. The founder and CEO of Movers & Shakers believes virtual and augmented reality is key to understanding the need to remove what he calls “symbols of hate”.

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