Curt Belshe and Lise Prown collaborate on an interactive augmented reality piece called A New Dialect. The work invites viewers to trigger Augmented Reality (AR) images by holding up different image cards in front of an iPad outfacing camera. The cards, printed with different text messages, call up AR images on the iPad, including text bubbles, audio, short animations and videos that appear next to or above 3D printed figures that are texting within the vitrine. Texting is a pervasive form of communication and has changed behavior throughout the culture. The augmentations examine the complexities of of texting culture, linguistics, communications and miscommunications as they relate to etiquette, language, social interaction, safety and legislation.