Augmented Reality in Education

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How is augmented reality being used in education? What ways can it be used. Learn more at http://augmented-reality-in-education.wikispaces.com/

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Karen Hamilton & Jorge Olenewa May 2010

Augmented Reality in Education : 

Augmented Reality in Education The 2010 Horizon Report, a joint report by The New Media Consortium and Educause, predicts that the use of simple augmented reality in education will be widespread within two to three years

What is Augmented Reality? : 

What is Augmented Reality? Augmented reality (AR) according to Ronald Azuma, Research Leader at Nokia Research Centre, is "an environment that includes both virtual reality and real-world elements. For instance, an AR user might wear translucent goggles; through these, he could see the real world, as well as computer-generated images projected on top of that world." (Azuma, 1997). Steve Mann 2003

Augmented Reality as a Continuum : 

Augmented Reality as a Continuum Real-----------Mixed Reality-------Virtual Reality  Augmented  Paul Milgram and Fumio Kishino (1994)

Augmented Reality: Real versus Virtual : 

Reality Virtual Reality: Second Life Augmented Reality: Real versus Virtual Virtual Reality (VR) environment is a computer simulated environment that may simulate the real world or an imaginary world.

What is Augmented Reality? : 

What is Augmented Reality? Augmented Reality by Rocket Boom http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y7YyjDOZL9s

Very Simple Augmented Reality : 

Very Simple Augmented Reality Simple Augmented Reality : First down line on football broadcast

Augmented Reality: Terms & Definitions : 

Gestured Based Computing Gesture recognition enables humans to interact with mechanical devices using simple natural gestures. Augmented Reality: Terms & Definitions Wii EyePet Xbox Project Natal

Augmented Reality: Terms & Definitions : 

Geotagging and Geolocation A Geotag is a GPS coordinate that associates content such as videos, textual information, audio or any user- generated content to a specific location. AR applications draw on specific tags created by companies but will also depend on content that everyday users add through Geotagging. Augmented Reality: Terms & Definitions

Augmented Reality: Terms & Definitions : 

Marker vs Markerless Augmented Reality Augmented Reality: Terms & Definitions Markers: QR Code= Quick Response Code Marker: Semacode Markers trigger text, sound, or visuals

Augmented Reality: Terms & Definitions : 

Marker vs Markerless Augmented Reality AR Browsers: Layar and Wikitude Augmented Reality: Terms & Definitions Trigger of text, sound, or visuals is from GPS and Compass data

Augmented Reality: Browsers : 

A smart phone's camera, compass and GPS information is needed to operate an AR Browser The browser first locates the user with GPS and compass of phone Next, it retrieves information from online sources based on those geographical coordinates The information and graphics are then overlaid onto the camera view of the smart phone’s screen. In effect, the AR Browsers label the real world Augmented Reality: Browsers

Augmented Reality for Education: Why? : 

Provides rich contextual learning for individuals learning a skill. Appeals to constructivist notions of education where students take control of their own learning Provides opportunities for more authentic learning and appeals to multiple learning styles. Has the power to engage a learner in ways that have never been possible Can provide each student with his/her own unique discovery path. No real consequences if mistakes are made during skills training Augmented Reality for Education: Why?

Augmented Reality in Education : 

Augmented Reality in Education Augmented Reality: Fusion of Real and Virtual Skills Training Discovery-Based Learning Gaming Modeling Objects AR Books

Augmented Reality – Educational Applications : 

Skills Training Augmented Reality – Educational Applications

Augmented Reality – Skills Training : 

Skills Training Click on view film at http://www.bmw.com/com/en/owners/service/augmented_reality_introduction_1.html Augmented Reality – Skills Training

Augmented Reality – Educational Applications : 

Discovery – Based LearningCultureClic http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XtJ1ZrPu-00 Augmented Reality – Educational Applications

Augmented Reality – Educational Applications : 

Gaming Augmented Reality – Educational Applications http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SBG0_jfXt7o

Augmented Reality – Educational Applications : 

Modeling Objects Augmented Reality – Educational Applications http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7G3H3ImCWlE

Augmented Reality – Educational Applications : 

AR Books The Future is Wild http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GjqpPWja-PY Zooburst by Karenhttp://alpha.zooburst.com/index.php?viewbook=210 Augmented Reality – Educational Applications http://www.ologyworld.com/3Ddragon

Augmented Reality – Simple Augmentation : 

QR Codes To start creating a very basic application of simple augmentation, first download a QR Code Reader for your smart phone. Try NeoReader http://www.neoreader.com/download.html For Blackberry try BeeTag http://www.beetagg.com/downloadreader Access the QR application and point your smartphone camera at any code to receive whatever information is triggered. Augmented Reality – Simple Augmentation

Augmented Reality – Simple AR : 

QR Code Creation: To create a simple QR Code go to Kaywa Reader http://qrcode.kaywa.com/ Choose between URL, Text, Phone Number, SMS Click Generate and you have your QR Code Take out your smart phone, access code reader to test Augmented Reality – Simple AR

Augmented Reality – Resources : 

Karen’s Augmented Reality in Education Wikihttp://wik.ed.uiuc.edu/index.php/Augmented_Reality_in_Education Layar Browser http://www.layar.com/ Wikitude Browser http://www.wikitude.org/ AR Apps Foursquare http://foursquare.com/ Toozla for Android (coming to iPhone) http://toozla.com/ (audio information) Tagwhat http://tagwhat.com/ UtourX: College/University Tours CultureClic (French) http://www.cultureclic.fr/ Itacitus (Culture/travel) http://www.itacitus.org/ Google Googles for Android phone http://www.google.com/mobile/goggles/#text Play with AR Apps Talking Dogs Studios http://www.talkingdogstudios.com/ar/faceball/ The Handheld City Toronto Museum Project York University http://futurestories.ca/toronto/ District 9 Multi-National Training Simulation http://www.multinationalunited.com/training/ GE Plug into The Smart Grid AR http://ge.ecomagination.com/smartgrid/#/augmented_reality Iron Man 2 AR http://www.iamironman2.com/uk/ Star Trek Cadet Orientation http://www.experience-the-enterprise.com/ww/ Augmented Reality – Resources kehamilt@georgebrown.ca