Steven King is an assistant professor of multimedia and interactive journalism at The University of North Carolina Chapel Hill.;King combines computer science concepts, human-centered design and storytelling to create new ways to present information through emerging technologies such as Virtual Reality, Augmented reality and interactive data-driven graphics.
He is an award-winning journalist and former Editor of Innovations and Director of Video for The Washington Post with a masters in computer science. He is a storyteller of many mediums from fiction novels to data visualizations. Steven is a Christian, husband and father of two boys living in Durham, N.C.
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