Carleton University’s Sprott School of Business and ARHT Media Inc have partnered to deploy a new hologram technology that will be used for distance learning in a Northern community in Yukon. The project will evaluate how effective live hologram technology is in supporting remote instruction and community engagement. It will focus on helping students in the Northern community engage more meaningfully with students and faculty in Ottawa and improving remote instruction. “With ARHT’s live hologram technology, we will assess improvements in engagement and content retention through the use of live holograms,” said Carleton Instructor Troy Anderson. “We will also be investigating other promising uses of the technology that might be of benefit to these communities.” Globe Newswire Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.