Hans Rosling’s Reality Augmented

Hans Rosling is well known for his presentations at TED especially for the way in which he condenses data and statistics into formats that are more easily accessible. He recently contributed to the BBC Joy of Stats program reflecting on a “good news story” related to

how the world we live in is radically different from the world most of us imagine.

This time he embraces another emerging technology in augmented reality to condense 200 years, and 120,000 pieces of data, into a compelling 4 minute history lesson to spread this message of hope. Check it out.

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