National Geographic comes with Nat Geo Further Base Camp program which allows attendees to participate in an interactive event, during the festival which has begun on March 10th and will end on 14th at the Southwest by South Conference hall.
During the event people may try Microsoft Hololens glasses, experience Interactive Robotic Art, meet interesting people and anniversary of Pi Day for Einstein. Attendees may investigate their genius via brain-boosting activities.
— Nat Geo Channel (@NatGeoChannel) March 10, 2017
The purpose of the event is to demonstrate new program created by National Geographic named “Genuine” which will fully be available in April. As they promoted in event, the “Genuine” tries to explore person’s imagination and creativity.
There have been demonstrated pictures shot by NatGeo photographers utilizing Hololens AR glasses during show. One of the most interesting points of the show is that people may experience all the ideas through AR technologies that Einstein obtained. Users may see various planets with holograms along with handwritten mathematical formulas of Albert Einstein.
Those who are at Austin may visit Nat Geo Further Base Camp on 13th and 14th of March at 418 East 6th Street. There are many scientists, explorers, tech journalists, social psychologist that give a speech and various musician bands provide pleasant atmosphere for the event, also the drinks are free reported NatGeo on its official website.