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Augmented Reality

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  • 1. Go to View > Header & Footer to edit May 8, 2013 | slide 1RSCs – Stimulating and supporting innovation in learningAugmented Reality in EducationSome Ideas to get you startedLyn Bender, e-Learning AdviserMatt Ewens, Information Officerwww.jisc.ac.uk/rsc
  • 2. Go to View > Header & Footer to edit May 8, 2013 | slide 2What is Augmented Reality?Augmented reality (AR) brings the real and virtual worlds closer together by adding graphics, sound –even smells – to what we are experiencing in the physical world.The intermediary device, owing to it’s portability and functionality, is invariably a “Smart” phone orTablet.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=frrZbq2LpwI…Or maybe ultimately…Glasses?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ISsJcDOIF1MFirst Images from Google Glasses now posted online….http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2013/apr/30/google-glass-pictures-online
  • 3. Go to View > Header & Footer to edit May 8, 2013 | slide 3But what about Education?Is there a viable, pedagogical way of integrating these technologies into Education?http://blogs.exeter.ac.uk/augmentedreality/blog/2010/09/19/what-is-augmented-reality/71% of 16-24 year olds in the UK now own a “Smart” phone (i.e. a device capable of processingAugmented Reality):http://www.policyexchange.org.uk/images/publications/simple%20things%20done%20well.pdfJisc think so…They’ve funded work:
  • 4. Go to View > Header & Footer to edit May 8, 2013 | slide 4Special Collections using Augmented Reality to Enhance Learning and Teaching (SCARLET):Imagine a teacher and a group of students huddled around a Dante manuscript or early printed editionin the Library. The SCARLET project aims to use AR (Augmented Reality) to simultaneously allowstudents to experience the magic of original materials, whilst enhancing the learning experience by‘surrounding’ the object with digitised content; images, texts, online learning resources and informationon related objects held in the Library and elsewhere.Scarlet+ AR Links:http://teamscarlet.wordpress.com/2013/03/05/its-alive-presenting-voices-in-your-pocket-the-university-of-sussex-scarlet-ar-app/NB: Works through JUNAIO App, available form Apple or Android StorePresentation on SCARLET: http://blogs.city.ac.uk/care/ar-event/videos-augmented-reality-education-2012/
  • 5. Go to View > Header & Footer to edit May 8, 2013 | slide 5Landmap-AR Content: http://landmap.ac.uk/The geospatial AR channel developed in conjunction with Landmap is now live. It allows the user tovisualise this data in a whole new way. Through a highly detailed feature rich map, users can switchbetween different map layers and manipulate 3D models to bring the location to life.Added functionality enables the user to:• Freeze the tracking to take a snapshot of the layer• Activate gestures to rotate, scale and move the layer• Make the layer transparent to see how it fits on the printed base layer• Displays information about different parts of the interfaceTo access the channel simply open Junaio and scan the map image or scan the QR code below. Followthe instructions to uncover the content by holding your device over the satellite image. For maximumfunctionality the content is best viewed on a tablet device although smartphones will still display themodels and key correctly. Trigger Image: http://teamscarlet.wordpress.com/2013/03/18/landmap-app-3d-map-content-released/
  • 6. Go to View > Header & Footer to edit May 8, 2013 | slide 6Kendal College:AR enabled prospectus:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Mm8AIP3p9EGet the prospectus and the app at: http://www.kendal.ac.uk/prospectus.phpLivingLeARning Materials:Funded under JISC FES call 01/12-Augmented Reality for Plumbing students.Link to trigger images:http://www.smart4.info/living_leARning.htmlNB: You will need to Aurasma app to get these to trigger
  • 7. Go to View > Header & Footer to edit May 8, 2013 | slide 7Unlocking the Hidden Curriculum-University of Exeter:-Early Jisc funded activity to ascertain viability of AR to Higher Education-Link to Resources (including Factsheets):http://blogs.exeter.ac.uk/augmentedreality/toolkit/-Review of available Augmented Reality Packages for Education (Nov 2010):http://blogs.exeter.ac.uk/augmentedreality/blog/2010/11/16/review-of-available-augmented-reality-packages/
  • 8. Go to View > Header & Footer to edit May 8, 2013 | slide 8CARE (Creating Augmented Reality in Education)-City University LondonCase 1 – Clinical Skills LaboratoryClinical skills are an essential component of healthcare education for trainee nurses; simulated practiceis used to orientate students to the clinical environment. This example looks at how relevant resourcescan be overlaid over equipment, dummies and key areas within a clinical skills lab.Case 2 – Public Health Walk/Locality ProjectStudent nurses are allocated to a placement in East London and it is important that they gain anappreciation of the culture, history and social composition of the area they are working in. Walkingaround an area can help identify health issues. Download the app and the trigger images(Apple/Android) (NB: Rebranded Aurasma): http://blogs.city.ac.uk/care/the-app/
  • 9. Go to View > Header & Footer to edit May 8, 2013 | slide 9South Staffordshire College:South Staffordshire College grabbed the technology and put it to use across their curriculum. Thebricklaying team at the college produced their own videos which have improved the number of traineescutting bricks right first time from around 40% to a staggering 90%. Think what this can save in terms ofcost on this course.Link to Case Study (Excellence Gateway):http://www.excellencegateway.org.uk/node/26207PowerPoint Presentation on SSC experience:http://wiki.rscwmsystems.org.uk/images/9/97/JISC_RSC_WM_AR_presentation_draft1-1-.pdfLink to South Staffordshire College App (Apples/Android) and trigger images:http://www.southstaffs.ac.uk/ar-app/
  • 10. Go to View > Header & Footer to edit May 8, 2013 | slide 10The future of AR in Education…1- Is there a pedagogic rationale?Do we let the tail wag the dog?Remember when Second Life was the Future of Education?!2- Multiple apps3- Materials developmentAt present, development costs are expensive but a shared repository of materials is on Jisc’s radar
  • 11. Go to View > Header & Footer to edit May 8, 2013 | slide 11AR without Handheld accessories?Using Kinect as an AR tool (Microsoft XBOX accessory):http://blogs.city.ac.uk/care/ar-event/videos-augmented-reality-education-2012/Also..Google Glass will apparently use biotic instruction (e.g. “wink” to take a photo) - Look, no hands!http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2013/04/code-in-google-glass-features/The Future of AR..
  • 12. Go to View > Header & Footer to edit May 8, 2013 | slide 12RSCs – Stimulating and supporting innovation in learningAugmented Reality in EducationHave a go - watch the demo, use our devices or your own!Follow the posters for downloads and help.Lyn Bender, e-Learning AdviserMatt Ewens, Information Officerwww.jisc.ac.uk/rsc

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