Chips Ahoy Highlights Multicultural Artists Using Augmented Reality

People can view a virtual art gallery in AR

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Cookie maker Chips Ahoy is celebrating multicultural artists with its “Happy By Design” campaign, which allows people to access an augmented reality art gallery from anywhere in the world.

For this campaign, Chips Ahoy worked with the High Museum of Art in Atlanta and Boys & Girls Clubs of America. 

The AR experience allows people to place a virtual art gallery in front of them and view artwork from eight aspiring multicultural artists, including teens from Boys & Girls Clubs.



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