Another Cool Augmented Reality Tool

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Hello fellow CEO’s … Chief Education Officers!

I am blessed with the opportunity to speak at several educational conferences around the country about augmented reality… one of my favorite topics. I know we develop our own augmented reality software for classrooms, but it is always good to see what others are doing with this cool technology in education.

Our passion is to provide educators with nuggets of information and practical tools that can be brought back to classrooms. Augmented Reality will be a huge part of this next generation. One of the leaders in the space, Magic Leap, has raised over one billion dollars in investment startup capital; demonstrates the interest and potential this technology offers. If you aren’t familiar with it, check it out.

aurasma for educationI know we are all looking for differentiated learning experiences that engage our students. One of the products I want to share with you is called Aurasma. Aurasma is a free DIY (do it yourself) augmented reality app for your smart device. You can use it to “bring to life” anything or object in your classroom. The thing I really like is its intuitive menu system. It doesn’t take long at all to find your way around it and begin creating your own augmented reality magic.

I put a short video together to show you how easy it is to use Aurasma. In the video you will notice I make ordinary vocabulary cards come to life. You can use this wonderful little app to teach so many things… you are limited only by your imagination. Enjoy!

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2 Responses to “Another Cool Augmented Reality Tool”

  1. SENTHIL KUGAN

    Hi Cynthia,

    During my search on browsing about AR in education i come across your excellent blog, I am director of company but education is my passion and i am working on stem implemntatio and proper tablet Tablet eco sytem in schools i am working with few AR tools currently to deliver lessons more fun and engaging with AR and i would like to know your advice what are best tools available in AR for K-12 segment.

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