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Augmented Reality in Educationby Wiki
AR technology in education plays an increasingly important role every year: schools, colleges and universities all over the world are switching from traditional methods to more advanced ways. Paper textbooks and manuals are replaced by electronic books, wooden and plastic boards for chalk and marker are replaced by displays and tablets.
Studies show that augmented reality can confidently be considered a real breakthrough in the educational sphere. This approach allows you to better absorb information, remember its large volumes, and this applies to junior high school students, and high school students and students.
Research project - Impact of augmented reality mobile applications on purchase intentby Aitechar Ad
For our research project we are looking at the impact of augmented reality mobile applications on purchase intent. If anyone has used an augmented reality mobile application, please take a few minutes to complete the following survey:
Your help will be greatly appreciated!! Feel free to reach out with any questions you may have.
Thanks so much!
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Need help with resources for learning ARby Harsh Bansal
Hey hello to all. I am learning AR right now. I learned Image Tracker concept of AR. I want to learn more on AR, all the other concepts but not getting resources for that. So can anyone can help me out?
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Apple may already have 1000 engineers working on AR in Israel, claims UBS.by Anant Jain
A research report from UBS claims that Apple has as many as 1000 engineers working on its AR effort in Israel.
Apple has also made numerous AR-related acquisitions including PrimeSense and RealFace - both based in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Tim Cook has repeatedly been a clear advocate of AR over VR due to its potential of bringing people together:
I regard [augmented reality] as a big idea like the smartphone. The smartphone is for everyone, we don't have to think the iPhone is about a certain demographic, or country or vertical market: it’s for everyone. I think AR is that big, it’s huge. I get excited because of the things that could be done that could improve a lot of lives. - Tim Cook
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Q&A Session with Bilawal Sidhu (VR Producer and Creative Technologist at Imaginfinity)by Bilawal Sidhu
Hey there! My name is Bilawal Sidhu and I'm a VR Producer and Creative Technologist at Imaginfinity. We specialize in producing VR and Mixed Media content. Beyond reaching a wide audience on Facebook and YouTube, our work has been featured by the likes of Autodesk, SamsungVR, Vrideo and VeeR.tv.
The CG bug bit me early. As a tween, it was making short films with a boat load of VFX. At USC, my passion for CG/VFX dovetailed into Human-Computer Interaction, coming full circle into enterprise AR and VR while working at Deloitte Digital post-graduation.
Beyond making sweet content, I am deeply passionate about democratizing VR content creation to attract new and diverse voices into the formative period of what is arguably the final creative medium. Whether you have questions about business model implications of spatial computing (VR/MR/AR), or the nitty gritty on how to actually make this stuff, I'm all ears.
Ask me anything!
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Mondly Launches the First Augmented Reality Language Learning App with Speech Recognitionby Cristian Balau
MondlyAR - the first Augmented Reality experience in the world that uses speech recognition to help people learn languages. The innovative learning app introduces learners to a virtual character that will guide them through a new world where interactive objects with spectacular appearances make learning happen naturally. Powered by chatbot technology, the virtual teacher takes learning a step further by engaging learners in conversations, giving instant feedback on pronunciation.
To create the experience, Mondly has worked in close collaboration with Google.
Mondly takes learning out of the books and brings it to life into your living room using augmented reality
The new experience from MondlyAR helps people develop a strong sense of the language they want to learn through highly realistic visual lessons and purposeful conversations. This approach is aiming to stimulate people to learn languages not because they have to, but because it’s genuinely fun.
Mondly, the lifelike language learning assistant wit...