#arvrinedu Denise, from SC, an AR app that translate sign language into spoken English https://t.co/ejeF8wjE2D
— Denise Wright (@DenisecWright) May 2, 2019
Posts Tagged ‘AR augmented reality’
K–12 Teachers Use Augmented and Virtual Reality Platforms to Teach Biology
Immersive technology allows students to explore the world firsthand on a molecular level.
t universities and medical schools, students are already using AR and VR
Originally, AR and VR lesson plans revolved around the virtual field trip.with the HTC Vive, for example, can take a detailed, 3D-rendered journey.
In May 2018, Google announced a partnership with Labster, a virtual lab simulator, to develop immersive high school and college biology and anatomy courses.
by Intel last year, Middle Township High School in New Jersey embraced the idea of using Oculus Rift headsets to examine virtual frogs. In California, a new bill introduced in the state legislature would swap out real animals in schools for virtual replacements to teach biology more humanely.
Learning about AR/VR & #digitalstorytelling at #NDIA2019 with 360 cameras! Also, amazing innovations where XR is used to creat embodied experiences with music to help Alzheimer’s patients! EVERYONE should have access. #techtoys #digitalequity #digitalinclusion @netinclusion 📷 pic.twitter.com/2S1GezEoAw
— Alexandra Arrington (@AACareerCounsel) April 1, 2019
zSpace is a technology firm based in Sunnyvale, California that combine elements of virtual and augmented reality in a computer. zSpace allows people to interact with simulated objects in virtual environments as if they are real.
zSpace is known for its progressive developments in human-computer interaction.
Give your students the chance to learn science in an engaging and effective way with Labster’s virtual labs.
Labster offers students a true-to-life lab experience at a fraction of the cost of a real lab.
You can supplement your teaching with virtual labs to prepare your students for the wet lab, to help them understand difficult concepts, to engage them with your science course, and more.
n our virtual lab simulations, students work through real-life case stories, interact with lab equipment, perform experiments and learn with theory and quiz questions.
Thanks to engaging 3D animations, students can explore life science at the molecular level and look inside the machines they are operating. https://www.labster.com/why-choose-labster/
Integrates with D2L and the major LMS
If you want to create AR, but don’t know Unity….
Thousands of people, from kids to teachers to big brands, are creating all kinds of Augmented Reality Experiences (games, interactive stories, educational curriculum, scavenger hunts, RPGs and much more!)
Here’s a quick overview video to help get you started
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Unity Technologies to Go Public in 2020 (Report) https://t.co/yxuL4XKq2a pic.twitter.com/sc32aWxiqt
— Variety Gaming (@Variety_Gaming) February 11, 2019
more on virtual reality in this IMS blog
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