Philip Wane discusses augmentative reality, a way of overlaying digital information onto physical objects. He is researching the use of augmented reality in cemeteries to overlay images of the deceased on their headstones. Wane discusses the complications and ethical issues that can come from using this technology in a public space, but also the benefits that they could have for sociology and remembrance.
Sociology of Death & Remembrance
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Wane, P. (Academic). (2017). Sociology of death & remembrance [Video]. SAGE Knowledge. https://www.doi.org/10.4135/9781473960961
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