Eric’s Story Date: October 9, 2017 Category Exhibition Topic Augmented Reality Eric’s Story is an augmented reality iPad application that tells the story of Eric Garner, an African American man who was strangled by a New York City police officer in 2014. The application features eight news clips, organized chronologically, that portray the event from various points of view. It also presents the names of 29 unarmed African Americans killed by police in the United States since 1999. The goal of this application is to prompt people to reflect upon the story of Eric Garner in a platform that juxtaposes the events of 2014 against one’s everyday life. In so doing, the application underscores the singular tragedy of Garner’s death while also illuminating how commonplace events like this have become in the United States. Eric’s Story was chosen to be presented at University of The Arts London’s Xhibit 2018. Exhibit is a showcase of UAL students from across the 6 colleges and it took place from 19th April – 12th May 2018 at Art Bermondsey Project Space in London. Eric’s Story is built using ARKit and Swift.