augmented reality

During January 24th-26th will be EduCon 2.6 in Philadelphia, an innovation conference where we can come together, both in person and virtually, to discuss the future of schools.  I am humbled and excited that my proposal about our student inquiry group for augmented reality application Aurasma was selected for the conference. Read the description here:  5th-8th graders came together on Wednesdays...
(This is reposted from my blog) For some time now, I’ve been intrigued by the movement towards more “augmented reality” apps are allowing people to layer information on top of the view of physical objects. I suppose this idea has been given a great big push forward with the emergence of the Google Glass project. But, how to experiment with it? Erin Klein, a friend in several teaching networks,...