Exploding on the Scene

By Alberto Ritondo, Raymond Gabriel Gurley and Sandra Barkevich
Empire State College MALET Program...
Augmented Reality

By Van Ambruce Ligutom
www.ambruceli.com

superimposed srimmage line
Augmented Reality

mashable.com

Apple Introduces iBeacon
Augmented Reality

Apple iBeacon

Apple's iBeacon location
news.yahoo.com
Augmented Reality

Apple iBeacon

By Alex White
blog.jammer-store.com
Augmented Reality

gigaom.com
Augmented Reality

Apple iBeacon in Macy’s

Apple's iBeacon in stores for holiday
www.wtop.com
Augmented Reality

Apple iBeacon in Macy’s

Solstice Mobile Blog
blog.solstice-mobile.com
Augmented Reality

At the Grocery

Example of Augmented Reality Shopping
www.qrcodepress.com
Augmented Reality

At Town Centers

www.edibleapple.com
Augmented Reality

In Your Car

AUDI A3 car manual
www.designboom.com
Augmented Reality

Enhanced Car Navigation

By Sarvesh Chandra
deepknowhow.com
Augmented Reality

By Kit Eaton
www.fastcompany.com

Visitor Information
Augmented Reality

Visitor Information

By Geraldo Novais
www.geraldonovais.com.br
Augmented Reality

Hotel Room Window

By Med kharbach
www.educatorstechnology.com
Augmented Reality

Sampling
Sunglasses

By Lynn La
www.cnet.com
Augmented Reality

Information at Your Fingertips

Technology in Our World
infospace.ischool.syr.edu
Augmented Reality

Local Government Technology Predictions for 2012
www.urenio.org

Truly Connected Society
Augmented Reality

Using iBeacon in a Healthcare
Educational Environment
iBeacon
Until now, the vast majority of the interest
in iBeacon has been for retail and
commercial applications.
iBeacon
One reason – every iOS device since
iPhone 4S and iPad 3rd Generation has
the ability to be configured as a iBeaco...
But can iBeacon be useful for
other applications, such as in
educational environments?
(You bet it can!)
Traditional medical simulation
training

Apple iPhone 4S
Obstacles with traditional
medical simulation training
Often involves expensive equipment
(manikins alone can often cost $...
Imagine the possibilities

Medical Augmented Reality Education App Case Study - www.marxentlabs.com
On-the-floor simulations
On-the-floor simulations
Creating a more realistic
simulation environment
Larger, collaborative
simulations
Augmented Reality


iBeacon, combined with virtualization
learning environments, could drastically
improve healthcare edu...
Augmented Reality
We’ve seen it used on a corporate level
 And we’ve seen its usefulness in
healthcare education
 But wh...
Augmented Reality


In Nature…
Augmented Reality


In exercise…

Zombies-Run.png
www.boston.com

By James Holland
www.electricpig.co.uk

"Zombies, Run!“...
Augmented Reality
The idea of AR is popping up
everywhere
 Xbox Kinect
 Nintendo 3DS
 Smartphone apps
 The list goes o...
References
Brill, J. M. (2001). Situated Cognition. In M. Orey (Ed.), Emerging perspectives on learning, teaching, and
tec...
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  • Augmented Reality is the use of GPS and other technologies to enhances the real-world experience. Most of you have experienced the constantly moving superimposed goal line on television football coverage.This is Augmented Reality, and it has been around for awhile already. It is now bursting into our lives.
  • Apple just launched last Friday their new iBeacon system, which has been installed in all of their stores.
  • Anywhere you are in one of their stores, your iPhone, or iPad will be able to get all sorts of information.
  • It uses their latest software and actual iBeacons such as this, designed with the use of Bluetooth, which works better than GPS indoors.
  • The iBeacons are strategically placed throughout the store, tracking your movements, and offering up specials, providing information on the product you are looking at, or helping expedite checkout.
  • iBeacon is also being rolled out at Macy's, where it will make it easier to get pricing and information on products.
  • This will allow a shopper to make a more informed purchasing decision, and also help in the checkout process.
  • This will allow a shopper to make a more informed purchasing decision, and also help in the checkout process.
  • …And generally used quite effectively in a commercial sense.
  • It can also be used by the automotive industry to bring the particular section of the owners manual to your Smartphone, just by clicking a picture of the area in question.
  • And through the use of GPS, provide displayed distances to vehicles in front of you.
  • The Government will provide visitor information through the use of augmented reality delivered to the travelers Smartphone or tablet.
  • Information will always be at the fingertips of travelers. The ever-present tour guide!
  • Travel, and understanding one’s whereabouts, right from your hotel window, will be commonplace very soon.
  • Augmented Reality is even being used to allow you to sample various eyeglass styles, from an image from your webcam from your home!
  • We now live in a world where information will always be a few swipes away.
  • Our whereabouts are being monitored more and more in a technologically connected world…Gabriel will now introduce you to the use of Augmented Reality in the medical field, a topic that is very close to my heart. Thank you for your time…Gabriel…
  • This is an exciting time for humans. Technology is advancing at an astronomical rate and what might seem like fantasy or science fiction today can become reality tomorrow.
  • Geocaching is all around us…No, really it is. There are hiddenchashes almost everywhere, and that is need to find them, is a working GPS and a free subscription to a geocaching site. If you have a smartphone…they have an app for that. Just pull it up and lots of little dots tell you where to find the caches. Follow the GPS coordinates (Look at that, you’re learning about longitude and latitude) and a little searching will reveal your treasure. Its free, its fun, and is a great way to spend an exciting day OUTSIDE with the family.
  • Have a hard time getting into an exercise plan? Not a fan of running ‘cause it’s “boring?” Not if you’re being chased down my flesh eating zombies, it isn’t. Zombies run is an ingenious way to motivate even the laziest of runners. (I know, because this little AR gem got me trained enough to successfully “run” (there might have been a lot of walking in there too) several 5k runs. This exercise app has a fully voice acted storyline that revolves around you, Runner #5, and the Zombies that are chasing you down. The running happens in the real world, the story happens through your earbuds, smartpnone, and imagination. It’s scary---er…fun!
  • There are so many educational and useful ways to use AR. We really do live in an exciting time and I for one can’t wait to see what’s coming tomorrow!
  • All photos have been credited as they appear in each slide.
  • NMNL - Augmented reality presentation- Al, Gabriel, and Sandra

    1. 1. Exploding on the Scene By Alberto Ritondo, Raymond Gabriel Gurley and Sandra Barkevich Empire State College MALET Program Second Life Group Powerpoint Presentation Wednesday, December 11, 2013
    2. 2. Augmented Reality By Van Ambruce Ligutom www.ambruceli.com superimposed srimmage line
    3. 3. Augmented Reality mashable.com Apple Introduces iBeacon
    4. 4. Augmented Reality Apple iBeacon Apple's iBeacon location news.yahoo.com
    5. 5. Augmented Reality Apple iBeacon By Alex White blog.jammer-store.com
    6. 6. Augmented Reality gigaom.com
    7. 7. Augmented Reality Apple iBeacon in Macy’s Apple's iBeacon in stores for holiday www.wtop.com
    8. 8. Augmented Reality Apple iBeacon in Macy’s Solstice Mobile Blog blog.solstice-mobile.com
    9. 9. Augmented Reality At the Grocery Example of Augmented Reality Shopping www.qrcodepress.com
    10. 10. Augmented Reality At Town Centers www.edibleapple.com
    11. 11. Augmented Reality In Your Car AUDI A3 car manual www.designboom.com
    12. 12. Augmented Reality Enhanced Car Navigation By Sarvesh Chandra deepknowhow.com
    13. 13. Augmented Reality By Kit Eaton www.fastcompany.com Visitor Information
    14. 14. Augmented Reality Visitor Information By Geraldo Novais www.geraldonovais.com.br
    15. 15. Augmented Reality Hotel Room Window By Med kharbach www.educatorstechnology.com
    16. 16. Augmented Reality Sampling Sunglasses By Lynn La www.cnet.com
    17. 17. Augmented Reality Information at Your Fingertips Technology in Our World infospace.ischool.syr.edu
    18. 18. Augmented Reality Local Government Technology Predictions for 2012 www.urenio.org Truly Connected Society
    19. 19. Augmented Reality Using iBeacon in a Healthcare Educational Environment
    20. 20. iBeacon Until now, the vast majority of the interest in iBeacon has been for retail and commercial applications.
    21. 21. iBeacon One reason – every iOS device since iPhone 4S and iPad 3rd Generation has the ability to be configured as a iBeacon transmitter or receiver  Estimated 240 million devices in all 
    22. 22. But can iBeacon be useful for other applications, such as in educational environments?
    23. 23. (You bet it can!)
    24. 24. Traditional medical simulation training Apple iPhone 4S
    25. 25. Obstacles with traditional medical simulation training Often involves expensive equipment (manikins alone can often cost $100K or more)  Simulation space often small  Providing real-life environment often limited 
    26. 26. Imagine the possibilities Medical Augmented Reality Education App Case Study - www.marxentlabs.com
    27. 27. On-the-floor simulations
    28. 28. On-the-floor simulations
    29. 29. Creating a more realistic simulation environment
    30. 30. Larger, collaborative simulations
    31. 31. Augmented Reality  iBeacon, combined with virtualization learning environments, could drastically improve healthcare education and training.
    32. 32. Augmented Reality We’ve seen it used on a corporate level  And we’ve seen its usefulness in healthcare education  But what else is there? 
    33. 33. Augmented Reality  In Nature…
    34. 34. Augmented Reality  In exercise… Zombies-Run.png www.boston.com By James Holland www.electricpig.co.uk "Zombies, Run!“ www.realsg.com
    35. 35. Augmented Reality The idea of AR is popping up everywhere  Xbox Kinect  Nintendo 3DS  Smartphone apps  The list goes on 
    36. 36. References Brill, J. M. (2001). Situated Cognition. In M. Orey (Ed.), Emerging perspectives on learning, teaching, and technology. Retrieved from http://epltt.coe.uga.edu/index.php?title=Situated_Cognition Bujak, K. R.. et al., (2013). A psychological perspective on augmented reality in the mathematics. Computers & Education, 68, 536-544. Retrieved from http://keithrbujak.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/2013-Apsychological-perspective-on-augmented-reality-in-the-mathematics-classroom.pdf Dede, C. (2012). Interweaving Assessments Into Immersive Authentic Simulations: Design Strategies for Diagnostic and Instructional Insights. Retrieved from http://www.k12center.org/rsc/pdf/session4-dedepaper-tea2012.pdf Hough, L. (2007). Handhelds, avatars, and virtual aliens. Ed., (Fall), Retrieved from http://www.gse.harvard. edu/news_events/ed/2007/fall/features/handhelds.html Seely Brown, J., Collins, A., & Duguid, P. (1989). Situated cognition and the culture of learning. Educational Researcher, 18(n1), 32-42. Retrieved from http://www.exploratorium.edu/ifi/resources/ museumeducation/situated.html Wenger-Trayner, E., & Wenger-Trayner, B. (1998). Communities of practice a brief introduction. Retrieved from http://wenger-trayner.com/theory/

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