Damien McDuffie, a creative technologist, digital archivist, and augmented reality (AR) artist and developer, is the founder of Black Terminus AR, a camera app and no-code AR art studio in your pocket that aims to make AR easy for artists, brands, and museums.

Black Terminus AR allows user to view and create 2D and 3D AR projects using just a phone or tablet. Its drag-and-drop interface empowers users to create AR content without learning a ton of code or buying a bunch of gadgets. It saves artists and curation teams time and money. 

McDuffie is also the co-founder of Wine & Bowties, a digital agency that connects world-class brands with underrepresented creatives to help develop campaigns, curate experiences, produce cultural content, and showcase artifacts. He is also currently a fellow in Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Black Public Media’s visiting artists program.

For more information on Damien McDuffie, visit his Voices of XR page. Please register to attend his talk. 

A Zoom link will be emailed to participants closer to the event. 

The Voices of XR speaker series is made possible by University Life Trustee Kathy McMorran Murray ʼ74 and the National Science Foundation (NSF) Research Traineeship (NRT) program as part of the Interdisciplinary Graduate Training in the Science, Technology, and Applications of Augmented and Virtual Reality at the University of Rochester (#1922591).

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