There is nothing virtual about being sued.
A few of our more tech-savvy museum clients have recently been exploring whether and how to make some of their exhibits come alive by using exciting new “augmented reality” (AR) technology. At the same time, they have been grappling with cutting-edge legal issues involved in this new technology—which is where we come in.
In the interest of allaying fears and providing a brief legal road map on AR, here are a few typical questions we have received thus far. Continue reading “On the Case: The Law on Augmented Reality and Museums”