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I first met this dynamic duo at ISTE 13 last June, just had to share their latest blog post and get more teachers up and running using augmented reality in the classroom! If you are new to this venue check out this guest blog:  Augmented Reality in Education or head directly over to the Two Guys and Some iPads site and get the pro’s point of view: Meaningful Integration of Augmented Reality in Education

Drew Minock wrote this piece and was kind enough to share!

6 Platforms to Create Augmented Reality

When most people first try augmented reality(AR) in education, they start with applications that have the AR content already built into the app. Apps like AR Flashcards, PBS Kids CyberChase Shape Quest, and Crayola Color Alive have this, and are a great way to get your feet wet. As educators, we know the power of creation. Hopefully one of the following 6 platforms will help you and your students dive in to creating your own augmented reality!

First up and probably the most well known augmented reality platform is from Aurasma. Aurasma allows the user to create AR using their mobile application and online using Aurasma Studio. Although the two are very different in their capabilities, but give the user a free platform to create personalized experiences. For help creating augmented reality using Aurasma, check out our AR Tutorials page.

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Jayne and Brad at the ISTE 13 Conference. Drew is too busy giving a presentation to be in the pic!

Jayne and Brad at the ISTE 13 Conference. Drew is too busy giving a presentation to be in the pic!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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