Helena Oliviero of the Atlanta Journal-Consitution recently wrote about the popularity of augmented reality game Pokemon Go and its potential to bring families together. Ethan Tussey was interviewed for the article:
“Tussey believes whether the wild popularity of the app has lasting power remains to be seen, and he believes it depends on whether developers add new elements to increase social engagement. For example, he would like to see neighborhoods be able to add their own, hyperlocal landmarks, which ‘would be like social histories mapped onto their surroundings.'”
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