Chris Lasch from the School of Architecture in Arizona flew in with a team of eight students and a professor from the Johnny Carson Center for Emerging Media Arts at the University of Nebraska.
Their mission: Interview residents and collect visual data for a proposed Augmented Reality Museum depicting Seabreeze in its “days of glory”.
We’ve come a long way on this project with minimal funding, but it’d be great to garner more support from North Carolina as we move forward.
Clyde and Barbara Dinkins, prominent Sea Breeze property owners, being interviewed.
University of Nebraska Media Arts students setting up to interview the Dinkins in their waterfront guest house.
U of NE Media Arts Students with the Atlantic Intercoastal Waterway in the background.
Media Arts students setting up the outdoor interview venue.