Jessica Heygate
Aug 22, 2023

AR experiences exclude a majority of diverse audiences, study finds

EXCLUSIVE: Research by Omnicom Media Group and Snapchat finds that AR filters and lenses are alienating diverse users by misgendering them or removing their defining features.

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