AstroReality’s Education solution is a technology bridge between tactile and digital to discover the space like never before!
With their AR Solar System Mini set, students can interact and visualize the planets through the Augmented Reality technology by pointing their devices on the 3D printed planetary models.
Working with these AR replicas, students are engaged in an immersive learning process; they will see the planets come to life their location and their rotation speed around the sun. In addition, they will have access to information and data directly from NASA and other accredited sources at the tip of your fingers.
Each planetary model is crafted and designed to utilize the highest quality renderings of the planets. It’s also precisely made with up to 0.1millimeters per pixel precision based on NASA data.
QuiverVision new AR digital aquarium environment is incredible! It’s used to link the mobile AR coloring experiences with large, shared, and public displays. Overall, it can combine different AR-colored fish with other additional features and educational elements.
When students finish coloring the sheets containing different types of fish (Star Fish, Sea Shell, Jellyfish), they can scan them using the Quiver App to magically bring their fish to life with the Augmented Reality technology. Afterward, teachers can submit all the classroom’s custom-colored sheets to the digital environment where students can watch their fish swim all together on the large screen!
This digital environment has become a quite popular product across schools, STEM Labs, events, libraries, museums, conferences, etc…
ANSTO XR released a new AR periodic table where students learn more about its elements through the Augmented Reality technology. It reveals a world of protons, neutrons, and electrons and illustrates how useful they are to science and industry when students point their tablets at it.
The program is designed to make STEM subjects engaging and exciting for the next generation, according to the Minister for Industry, Science and Technology, Karen Andrews.
“It’s so important that we get as many children as possible studying these subjects, because so many of the jobs of the future will require the skills,” said Andrews.
How to Use ANSTO AR Periodic Table?
Teachers need to simply download the free app, get the students to point their device at the ANSTO periodic poster on a wall (or the pocket poster) and instantly students can see new and engaging information about some of the most popular elements; including the arrangement of the atom and information on how the element is used in everyday life.
Dinosaurs 4D+ by Octagon Studio is an AR dinosaurs app that gives the learners the prehistoric experience of unleashing extinct Dinosaurs which existed millions of years ago on Earth! By downloading the Dinosaurs 4D app and pointing their mobiles or tablets on the flashcards, learners can watch the dinosaurs in 3D action and catch glimpses of the history, features, and interesting facts.
With the Dinosaurs 4D app, they can rotate, zoom in, and out the dinosaurs to see the actual details in a 360-degree view by moving the devices. They can also spot the origins of the dinosaurs from the enormous Sauropods to the tiny Compsognathus all over the globe, compare human body size with each dinosaur, tap to see them in action, and share the knowledge with others.
How Does this AR Dinosaurs App Work?
1. Download Dinosaurs 4D+ App from the App Store and Play Store
2. Open the AR Dinosaurs app
3. Place the card on a surface and scan it with your device’s camera
4. Input the serial number in the pop up serial box
5. After the authorization is completed, you can directly see the images come alive!
Bookfulis an AR books for kids App that uses the augmented reality technology to bring books to life. The App merges the digital and the physical worlds to create an interactive reading experience that instils in children a passion for books.
It is an incredibly powerful reading tool that helps children better understand book content and even provides information that extends beyond its pages. It’s an App containing AR books for kids and kinesthetic learners alike. It engages their visual and auditory senses by generating enhanced interactivity with the book and additional stimuli.
Plickers, the student response system app, is a formative assessment tool that allows teachers to collect on-the-spot formative assessment data without the need for student devices.
It’s a free, interactive formative assessment tool that uses printable “paper clickers” instead of clicker devices. Each student is assigned a unique Plickers card that has a black and white image similar to a QR code. The letters A, B, C, and D are written in small print around the edge of the image, with one letter on each side of the card.
During the lesson, the teacher displays a multiple-choice or true-false question. Then students hold up their cards and rotate them to indicate which answer they think is correct. The teacher scans all of the response cards at once, using the Plickers app (Appleor Google) installed on a mobile device to get instant feedback. He or she can instantly see the student responses and assessment data for that question including who has the correct answer and who does not.
Students can hold up their personal cards (which resemble QR codes) in order to respond to teacher prompts. The direction that students hold the card determines the answer choice which will be recorded. There are also multiple variations on response cards that can be printed here, along with laminated versions that can be purchased from Amazon.