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Education, learning, and instruction conducted by means of portable computer devices such as smartphones or tablet computers; includes apps and tablet programs.

Create augmented reality and virtual reality content with EON Reality's Creator AVR app for educators.

Jun 15, 2018

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Platform for Creating Educational Augmented and Virtual Reality Content

On EON Reality’s platform, teachers can create a blended learning environment that allows them to combine 3D with PowerPoint, notes, sound effects, and more. EON Reality has developed Creator AVR specifically to make educational augmented and virtual reality (AVR) content easy to create; no programming experience is needed.

Using 360-degree panaramas, educators can take students on virtual field trips with the RoundMe VR app.

Jun 15, 2018

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Authoring Platform for Creating Virtual Reality Panoramic Tours

On the RoundMe platform, teachers can create and describe a 360-degree virtual reality (VR) field trip or virtual tour using informational hotspots, portals to other locations, and directional sound.

Create location-based games and activities to get students engaged with their environment through the Goosechase app by Goosechase Adventures.

Jun 15, 2018

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Tool for Developing Place-based Missions

Developed by Goosechase Adventures, Goosechase is a cross-platform(Android and iOS) app for developing location-based games and activities that individual students or teams can complete.

Explore how things work in 3D with AR app JigSpace.

Jun 01, 2018

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3D Animations Demonstrating the Way Objects Work

When students ask, “How does that work?” they can easily find out on the JigSpace platform. Using the app (for iOS), students can view step-by-step interactive 3D breakdowns of complex ideas, objects, and phenomena.

Google's Science Journal helps students experiment and record results through their mobile devices.

Jun 01, 2018

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Science Journal for Collecting and Recording Observations

Google’s Science Journal transforms students’ mobile devices into a science laboratory, encouraging students to conduct authentic experiments, collect and visualize data, and record observations from the world around them. The app, which is available for iOS, Android, and most Chromebooks, offers a suite of tools to measure light, motion, sound, G-forces, and more.

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