BRILLIANT USES OF AR IN EDUCATION

| December 4, 2019

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AR is making education more playful and intuitive. What are the most engaging examples currently out there? And what is it about this technology that’s so well suited to teaching? What has been a big year for AR was marked by a key milestone at this year’s BAFTA Children’s Awards, with three of the four nominated projects in the Digital category being made possible through augmented reality technologies. This speaks to the growing potential of this technology to power new, creative ways of both entertaining and educating.

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