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Augmented Reality with Elements 4D
Augmented Reality with Elements 4D
Augmented Reality with Elements 4D
Augmented Reality with Elements 4D
Augmented Reality with Elements 4D
Augmented Reality with Elements 4D
Augmented Reality with Elements 4D
Augmented Reality with Elements 4D
Augmented Reality with Elements 4D
Augmented Reality with Elements 4D
Augmented Reality with Elements 4D
Augmented Reality with Elements 4D
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Augmented Reality with Elements 4D

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  • 1. Elements4D from Daqri Created by Samantha Morra
  • 2. In Elements4D, the cubes become the trigger that bring the elements to life.
  • 3. Students point the iPad camera at a cube, and it reveals additional information about that element.   
  • 4. If the element is solid, it look solid, like gold.
  • 5. Here are gold and carbon. If a student clicks on an element, they will get more facts about it.
  • 6. Notice, when they are not touching, Hydrogen and Oxygen are gasses.
  • 7. Put them together and, you guessed it, they turn into water.
  • 8. Here are the cubes for Plutonium and Bromine separately. Notice, Bromine is a liquid and Plutonium is a solid.
  • 9. Put them together and it turns into Plutonium Tribromide and changes into more of a greenish crystal form.
  • 10. The really wonderful thing about Elements4D AR app is that it stimulates inquiry.
  • 11. Students want to manipulate the cubes and see what happens. They are excited about chemistry.
  • 12. http://daqri.com/elements4D-mobile/

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