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Shannon Mersand

Augmented Reality in K12 Education | Scoop.it - 2 views

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    Augmented Reality in K12 Education by Shannon Mersand
Dennis OConnor

More Augmented Reality Videos - eLearning Blog Dont Waste Your Time - 0 views

  • Continuing my thoughts and readings on the use of Augmented Reality in education, here are some examples of how commercial organisations are using it in their marketing. It’s only a short hop from a selling to educating perspective, so let’s start thinking about it and working towards it, yes?
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    The first video shows a lego kiosk. The look on the kid's face says it all. How can we get this kind of experience into e-learning designs?
Dennis OConnor

Augmented Reality for Learning : eLearning Technology - 1 views

  • A colleague just asked me if I knew anyone who was using Augmented Reality for learning.  I’m not and I gave him the standard advice about looking through LinkedIn Guide for Knowledge Workers, LinkedIn for Finding Expertise, and Searching for Expertise - LinkedIn Answers.  He did that, but didn’t find particular people.  Probably I need to update my posts because there have to be lots of people who would be involved in training and augmented reality found via LinkedIn.  I just tried a search for “augmented reality” as a keyword along with either title contains “training” or “learning” and found some interesting folks. My next suggestion was to use eLearning Learning to search.  This gave rise to the additional of a new keyword Augmented Reality on eLearning Learning.  You may have wondered where the keywords come from. :) Actually, this leads to quite a treasure trove of great posts:
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    Search for those who've searched for that which you wish to know. (Think about that sentence.) IF you find a credible source, you can save hours of search time and get quickly to the heart of the matter.
Dennis OConnor

Handheld Augmented Reality Project - 1 views

  • With funding from a U.S. Department of Education Star Schools Program grant, researchers at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, the University of Wisconsin at Madison, and the Teacher Education Program at MIT have developed an "augmented reality" game designed to teach math and science literacy skills to middle school students. The game is played on a Dell Axim handheld computer and uses Global Positioning System (GPS) technology to correlate the students' real world location to their virtual location in the game's digital world. As the students move around a physical location, such as their school playground or sports fields, a map on their handheld displays digital objects and virtual people who exist in an augmented reality world superimposed on real space.  This capability parallels the new means of information gathering, communication, and expression made possible by emerging interactive media (such as Web-enabled, GPS equipped cell phones with text messaging, video, and camera features).
Dennis OConnor

10 mindblowing augmented reality apps and videos | Econsultancy - 2 views

  • Posted 24 July 2009 16:50pm by Chris Lake with 19 comments inShare0 Augmented reality (AR) is an engaging way of combining live video with computer-generated data and visualisations. It is an area that has grabbed my attention lately, and it’s going to be a big deal.
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    This series of videos will give you a bit of future shock. As you watch them keep this question in mind: "What will reality be like in five years?" The implications for teaching and learning are immense. If you like to think about the future (and where you fit in that brave new world of e-learning realities) you'll enjoy this article.
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    By becoming online teachers and designers you launch yourself into the 21st century. Our work is quite literally thinking and communicating with technology. These video will tease your imagination. Notice that all of this tech was in development by mid 2009, when the post was written. Augmented reality just became a keyword of interest for me! ~ Dennis
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