Check Out the New Edition of UT Dallas Magazine


The cover of the fall 2017  UT Dallas Magazine makes use of augmented reality to tell how artists and scientists are more alike than different.

As you can tell, our website has been updated to showcase the fall 2017 edition of UT Dallas Magazine.

The cover story — “Blurred Lines” — highlights how the creative processes used in the humanities and sciences are more alike than different. And since a cutting-edge university deserves a cutting-edge magazine, we incorporated augmented reality on the cover.

If you have a physical copy of the magazine, download the Blippar app to watch the ink splotch explode in a burst of color, or just watch the gif above. The app will also display videos that go along with the article.

Also featured …

  • “Trail Magic” | Doug O’Laughlin BS’16 and Charlie Hannigan BS’16 met as strangers on their first day of hiking the Pacific Northwest Trail. The adventure they shared for more than 140 miles tested them physically and mentally — and forged a lifelong friendship.
  • “Gateway to the Future” | It was a day to remember. On Sept. 7, alumni and distinguished guests joined the campus community in celebrating the opening of the Davidson-Gundy Alumni Center, a hub in the heart of campus designed to inspire collaboration and connection.