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From VR to AR, emerging mobile technology is going to have a significant impact on how the site engages with its readers in the real world.
“Queremos poder contar essas histórias sobre esses lugares e incutir nas pessoas esse sentimento de admiração e encantamento pelo mundo ao redor em muitos meios diferentes”.
“Queremos contar historias sobre lugares e inculcar a las personas una sensación de asombro y admiración por el mundo que los rodea a través de distintos medios”.
“We have to remember that not only we as content creators are new to VR, but so is our audience. For a lot of people, it’s still very experiential.”
“The New York Times is not going to build a self-driving car, but if we see that technology as being inevitable, we should have a strategy for how The New York Times will fit into it.”
Adoção lenta de tecnologia está entre os motivos. Problemas com monetização também atrapalham. Além, é claro, de conteúdo maçante das reportagens.
“I’m afraid that more and more people in news organizations use 360 for stories that are not interesting. Bad content will keep people away from watching it.”
When it comes to video, The Economist has invested in both long documentaries and short, social-friendly clips. But when it comes to VR, it’s taking its time.
With its new Pluto-focused project, upcoming episodic series, and experiments with “meditative VR,” The Times is experimenting with different applications for the new technology.