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Augmented Reality

The virtual world of augmented reality is redefining the way we teach and learn. This session is a showcasing of AR educational apps spanning across all grade levels and subject areas.
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Matt McGuire

on 23 June 2016

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Transcript of Augmented Reality

Augmented Reality in the Classroom
Quiver Vision
(formerly Colar)
A New Dimension of Learning
Daqri Products
Elements 4D
AR Flashcards
(A new world of flash cards)
Educational Exploration
Dissect an Animal Cell
Express Yourself
and
Celebrate Learning
Flashcards
Animal Alphabet
The virtual world of augmented reality is not only super cool but it also serves as a creative and authentic learning experience.
Photo from dailygalaxy.com
But what is
Augmented Reality
Augmented reality (AR) is the integration of digital information with live video or the user's environment in real time.
(Basically, AR takes an existing picture and blends new information into it)
One of the first commercial applications of AR technology is the yellow first down line in televised football games.
Information from http://whatis.techtarget.com/definition/augmented-reality-AR
Picture from
http://www.jameco.com/Jameco/workshop/diy/footballline-fig2.jpg
Examples:
Anatomy
(Elementary, Middle, and High School lesson plans)
Images from blog.daqri.com
Explore the human body and various biological systems
Enchantium:
Fairy Tale
Musical Strings
Explorative storytelling
Explore and create your own instrument
LEGO
Experience LEGO in 4D
http://arflashcards.com/
Space
Shapes and Colors
Bringing artwork to life!
Explore Platonic Solids
Examine in detail
Spacecraft 3D
Zooburst
How will you use AR in your learning environment?
A new dimension of learning
Plickers
Aurasma
Assessment on a whole new level
http://www.digitalavmagazine.com/
Scan an image, object, or place and watch a video
Augmented Reality (AR) content can be accessed by scanning or viewing a trigger image with a mobile device that creates a subsequent action. This action can be a video, another image, 3D Animations, Games, QR code, or whatever you want it to be.
https://www.edsurge.com/news/2015-11-02-how-to-transform-your-classroom-with-augmented-reality
Enhance Reading
Popar
Chromville
Chromville Science
Picture from
http://static1.squarespace.com/
Arloon
http://www.arloon.com/en/
Wikitude
123D Catch
AUG THAT
http://augthat.com/index.php/demo/
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How would you use one of these apps in your learning environment?
What makes an app an effective learning tool?
What does AR offer to students?
Has anyone used this app before?
Picture from:
http://www.appszoom.com/android-app/chromville-science-sawhi.html
What is the next step for AR technology in the classroom?
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