Max Korman


Max Korman was featured in the Stanford News article "Stanford senior and university VR club co-founder creates pioneering augmented reality film with fellow undergraduate" by Robin Wander.

"Stanford undergraduates Max Korman, ’18, and Khoi Le, ’20, launched what may be the world’s first augmented reality narrative film. And they did it using their mobile phones. Augmented reality (AR) is a technology that presents virtual content in real world environments. Korman and Le’s film Snowbird harnessed this exciting new medium."

Snowbird is a 3D-animated short movie about porcelain creatures that come to life in a snow globe.

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