About The Artist

Charity Everett- Creative Technologist and Storyteller

Charity Everett is a Creative Technologist and storyteller who is interested in exploring the connection between humanity and technology. Her project Go Back Fetch It has revolutionized storytelling in augmented reality by pairing traditional storytelling techniques, bleeding edge technology, history, data visualization, and interactivity to create a fully fleshed out and stylized narrative art art edutainment episodic piece. This project has been featured at MIT, Harvard, The Institute of Contemporary Art. She was recently named a Futurist in Residence by ARVR women. She is also in collaboration with the Harvard Semitic Museum through the Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning to bring to life ancient Mesopotamian Reliefs using AR. She has given presentations at AR in Action at the MIT Media Lab, the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, the Game Developer’s Conference in San Francisco, the New Museum in New York, The Digital Future Consortium at Harvard’s event Art Tech Psyche IV, and at the Afropunk sponsored event Reist(D)ance. She was selected as a 2016 Oculus Launchpad Fellow, an IDEA New Rochelle Resident, and is working with VR|AR|MR to bring immersive media to those in the developing world. She is also in the process of selecting people for one-on-one coaching in ARt development without code. For any inquiries, or just to say hi, she can be reached at charity@gobackfetchit.com.

Go Back Fetch It- Prologue
The Prologue is a prototype of the AR Storytelling Experience Go Back Fetch It that has shown at the Institute of Contemporary Art, and is a part of the MIT Open Documentary Lab.

The burned Wooden Pieces are to transport a user into the thematic world of Ancient Humans.
True Size
This is a dual AR enabled wood burned art piece that mixes data visualization, dance, and teaches geography and human migratory patterns.
This is an AR dance piece collaboration that explores the Adinkra Symbol Sesa Wo Suban - Transformation and Dance.
Harvard Astrophysics HoloLens
This was a collaboration with the Harvard Astrophysics Department to use the newly released HoloLens AR headset for visualization.
VR 360 Music Video
This project was my first attempt at creating a virtual world and using space to tell a story. I effectively captured an emotion while incorporating music in a visually arresting immersive environment. This was my first step in effective reality-building and it ended up getting me selected for the inaugural cohort of the Oculus Launchpad program.
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