“Storytelling in the news needs a dimensional depth that it doesn’t currently have because most of our stories, however we present them, are two-dimensional because they are confined to screens or pieces of paper,” Ho said. “Now, technology allows us to interact with the physical world in a lot of ways: with our fingers, with our voice, with more senses than just our eyes and our ears.”

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