Interactive 3D model of a Huastec goddess. Stone sculpture captured with an Occipital Structure Sensor at the British Museum, London. Click and drag or swipe to watch the sculpture from all angles. It also works nicely on VR headsets via Web VR compatible browsers.
Hi! My name is Fabian Mohr. I’m a digital journalist and a product person based in Berlin, Germany (soon: Munich).
I’m on Twitter and Facebook. You’ll find my photos on Instagram and Flickr, my videos on Vimeo, new 3D scans on Sketchfab, 360 panoramas on Google Maps, a few audio field recordings on Soundcloud and even a Spotify playlist with favorites. My bookmarks are on Pinboard. By the way, I just recently started drawing for fun while traveling 🇯🇵🇮🇱🇬🇧.
I’m heading the interactive team at Zeit Online in Berlin (currently on elder care leave). Our work covers a wide range – you might have seen one of our storytelling projects in recent years: Straßenbilder: Mozart, Marx und ein Diktator (English version), Stadt, Land, Vorurteil (English version), Fremde Freunde, Eine Nation pendelt or Das geteilte Land, to name a few.
Previous roles at Zeit included Head of Editorial Dev („Entwicklungsredaktion“) and Head of Video. Before Zeit I worked for Bayerischer Rundfunk (Bavaria’s public broadcasting service) and ZDF German Television in senior positions including homepage management, reporting and conceptual/editorial project management – preferably in a bridge role connecting journalists, developers and designers. Before the internet I worked as a news presenter and reporter for radio stations in Bavaria and North Rhine-Westphalia.
Awards: Deutscher Reporterpreis, Grimme Online Award, Arthur F. Burns Prize, Information is Beautiful Award, Award of Excellence (Society of News Design), Christophorus-Preis, Pressefoto Bayern (Sonderpreis Serie). Grants: Arthur F. Burns Fellowship. Jury activities (previous and current): Vorjury Deutscher Reporterpreis, Nominierungskommission Grimme Online Award, Jury Lumix-Multimedia-Award, Jury AppArtAward, ZKM