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Maureen Yoder 2018 ISTE


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June 25, 2018 presentation
"Augmented Reality: The What, the Why, and the How; Inspiring, Replicable Stories"

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Maureen Yoder 2018 ISTE

  1. 1. Dr. Maureen Yoder Monday, June 25th, 2018 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm W186b Augmented Reality: The What, the Why, and the How; Inspiring, Replicable Stories
  2. 2. VR: Where to find educational applications Explanation of “fast and light-hearted” VR vs AR – The Difference VR: How is it used? AR: What is it?
  3. 3. AR: Why? The trend. The value. The Research AR: How is it being used? AR: Two Dimensional Triggers AR: Three Dimensional Triggers
  4. 4. AR: Story telling, history, travel, museums AR: Games AR: Language Transformation What’s on the horizon? AR: Creating your own auras
  5. 5. AR: Story telling, history, travel, museums AR: Games AR: Language Transformation What’s on the horizon? RAFFLE! AR: Creating your own auras
  6. 6. Virtual Reality vs. Augmented Reality
  7. 7. Early Sketches
  8. 8. Early Prototype(?!)
  9. 9. Virtual Reality The user is immersed in a realistic or imaginary environment.
  10. 10. The goggles fully block your view of the real world.
  11. 11. Virtual Reality
  12. 12. Images from my online class
  13. 13. Size - Version 1 or 2? Cardboard or plastic? Quality of the lenses OIS, Android, or both Assembled or not Cost Considerations
  14. 14. Virtual Reality How is it used?
  15. 15. Virtual Tours - Campus Visits, Real Estate
  16. 16. Travel – ancient ruins, historic sights, museums
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  18. 18. Therapy – fears, acclimation, sensitivity
  19. 19. Classrooms – trips to the moon, under the ocean, remote or dangerous locations
  20. 20. Promising work for children with autism “husband-and-wife team inspired by their autistic son’s reaction to VR.” “The goal … to build a body of evidence that our therapy is effective, develop new therapy lessons [and] work with … special education schools “Floreo just closed on $2.1 million in seed funding”
  21. 21. Virtual Reality Where can you find applications?
  22. 22. “Experience our award-winning virtual reality films by New York Times journalists in an immersive 360-degree video experience.”
  23. 23. National Geographic
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  29. 29. Augmented Reality (AR)
  30. 30. Augmented Reality What is it?
  31. 31. Augmented reality allows you to see through a display to the real world. The display shows digital artifacts superimposed on physical objects in your vision.
  32. 32. Augmented Reality The blending of virtual reality and real life You point your device at a “trigger” image: 2 dimensional images handouts and posters book illustrations 3 dimensional objects statues, bottles, cars to see an “overlay” which can be a video, an animation, or still image.
  33. 33. The Why The Trend The Educational Value The Supportive Research Augmented Reality
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  36. 36. strategy/?utm_source=cpc&utm_medium=paid_search&utm_campaign=digitaltrends2018&gclid=Cj0KCQiAh_DTBRCTARIsABlT9MYXkGed1bajs-XG- We’re living through the next evolutionary stage of human/computer interaction and it’s on course to revolutionize nearly every aspect of our lives. … Everything is set for drastic change, and technology will be the bridge that makes it all possible. . . . These are the promises held by augmented reality.
  37. 37. "When I was observing other types of augmented reality in the classroom, I saw that first students have an a-ha moment where they understood it and it made them want to look at more. That has been the driving force for me."
  38. 38. By Matthew Lynch February 23 2018 1. it changes the way that students interact with their world and the way they learn their subject content. 2. Premade resources are readily available. 3. Printing AR-enabled worksheets allows students the chance to engage with AR at home. 4. Augmented reality can make class trips more informative.
  39. 39. May 17, 2018 by By Kate Stoltzfus Jaime Donally “We're looking at things in 360. Creating 360 images can be done through Google Street View with any mobile device or tablet.”
  40. 40. Kindle $19.95 Paperback $29.21 “…educators must consider the most important factors: that the instruction addresses student outcomes and standards, and that the mechanism for delivering this learning (no matter the device) is safe, affordable and suitable for the situation.
  41. 41. 20&linkId=V2RO5BTTYCBOIQ6W Kindle $14.55 Paperback $24.38 Embrace the ACES Framework for teaching with scannable technologies: Access, Curate, Engage, and Share
  42. 42. How is it being used? Augmented Reality
  43. 43. Augmented Reality ProjectDR, allows medical images such as CT scans and MRI data to be displayed directly on a patient's body in a way that moves as the patient does.
  44. 44. Auto Racing
  45. 45. Strike Zone 2017 World Series
  46. 46. Sportvision first down line since 1998
  47. 47. Leveraging body scanning technology
  48. 48. Swimming
  49. 49. Consumer Products
  50. 50. Automobile Repair
  51. 51. Shopping: IKEA
  52. 52. Augmented Reality in Fashion
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  54. 54. Two Dimensional Triggers AR Enhanced Books 2018 version of pop-up books!
  55. 55. “In many ways more promising than virtual reality, augmented reality has the ability to take our everyday environments and add a touch of fantasy to them in full, three-dimensional splendor”.
  56. 56. AR Books are physical or digital copies of traditional books, linked to non-traditional content through the use of technology.
  57. 57. Thanks to ARKit, The Very Hungry Caterpillar transcends from the printed page to a virtual caterpillar placed within real life scenes.
  58. 58. the entire video at:
  59. 59. Thanks to the digital magic of Augmented Reality, you can trigger an explosion or create chemical chaos in your own room without ruinin
  60. 60. Thanks to the digital magic of Augmented Reality, you can trigger an explosion or create chemical chaos in your own room without ruinin
  61. 61. Tortoise and the hare $2.99 “Discover a new way to read books: paint the characters as you want, aim your camera and you will see them appear in 3D through the Augmented Reality. Furthermore, you can interact with them and listen to the narration of the tale in English and Spanish.” From iTunes description
  62. 62. Learning a language Tagme3D: Augmented Reality Book 1 "Tagme3D" is an interactive "Book+App" title that makes learning English both simple and exciting. This book uses visual representations through emergent 3D and augmented reality technology to teach spelling, phonics, and help build vocabulary
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  64. 64. Sleep Sweet – “Most accurately described appearing as a moving digital pop-up book, the experience is complete with narration and music.” Use with the SpellBound app. No new version of a book is needed, all copies new and previously released will work. *** And students can create their own auras.
  65. 65. Immersive augmented reality brings this action-packed fantasy to life. Skip Brittenham is a senior partner of one of the country’s premier entertainment law firms. He is the co-creator/writer of Anomaly, the longest original full color graphic novel ever published. Brittenham, with Brian Haberlin, have helped pioneer and bring the next generation of Augmented Reality (AR) technologies to the book mass market.
  66. 66. By Christian Howard Ruth Ozeki’s novel stands as a pioneering work in terms of experimental publication.
  67. 67. By Christian Howard The book trailer appeals to Ozeki’s tech-savvy audience of e-readers, linking to YouTube videos, including interviews with Ozeki and video reviews of the novel.
  68. 68. Watch the entire video at:29 seconds
  69. 69. AR Coloring Books for Adults
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  71. 71. AR Flashcards AR Flashcards – Animal Alphabet - FREE Some are free, Space is $2.99, some are bundled 2 for $4.99, or 3 pack for $7.99 Also:
  72. 72. Watch the 1:43 minute video at this web site:
  73. 73. There are web sites with printable handouts that come alive when viewed with a SmartPhone app. QuiverVision is one of them. FREE, though some collections are for sale
  74. 74. Color black and white pages, then use the QuiverVision APP to animate them. You can download and print many of them for free. “Quiver Education content is designed around topics as diverse as biology, geometry, and the solar system.” Maureen’s note: Take a look at the Education Portal!
  75. 75. Some examples
  76. 76. Three Dimensional Triggers
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  80. 80. Anatomy AR for Merge Cube Hold the brain, heart, and lungs in the palm of your hands and view them in striking detail using the Merge Cube! Look at the intricate surface of the brain, and get an inside perspective of the limbic system. Explore the living heart in detail as it beats, witnessing the chambers working together in sync. And examine the structure of the lungs, watching as the breathtaking complexity of the bronchial tree is revealed.
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  82. 82. Watch the video at:59 seconds
  83. 83. TapMeasure - An AR Spatial Utility to Capture and Measure Your Space quick point-to-point measurements with just two taps instantly determine if your frames and artwork are perfectly level. rapidly create scale-accurate 3D models of rooms that you can then export to SketchUp as a CAD model FREE
  84. 84. AR MeasureKit Augmented Reality Ruler Tools
  85. 85. “Housecraft uses your device’s camera and the power of augmented reality to let you place fully rendered 3D models anywhere in your world.” + Feel exactly how big objects are and how they’ll fit + Admire objects from any angle in any light + Save room configurations, try them out anywhere
  86. 86. the entire video at:33 seconds  video
  87. 87. ARLOON AR Chemistry $2.99 “Revolutionise the way you teach your students to write inorganic chemical formulae. Chemistry is an original, innovative and interactive approach to chemistry that teaches how to write formulae and name chemical compounds.” Watch the video at:
  88. 88. “Arloon Chemistry's 3-D images will help kids see why elements with certain oxidation numbers will combine in a way that paper and pencil can't match.”
  89. 89. $2.99 each Other Arloon apps
  90. 90. the entire video at:
  91. 91. Sky Map is a hand-held planetarium for your Android device. Use it to identify stars, planets, nebulae and more. Sky Map Originally developed as Sky Map, it has now been donated and open sourced. “Check the "Disable gyroscope" option in the settings
  92. 92. If you point it towards the ground, it shows you what all the stars are in the other hemisphere Star Walk HD - Night Sky Map By Vito Technology Inc. $4.99
  93. 93. Sky Guide ARy $2.99 Fifth Star Labs LLC iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, or iPhone X Sky Guide works with or without Wi-Fi, cellular service or GPS “superimpose constellation maps on top of the actual sky.” “This isn’t some generic sky, this is the sky around you,” Schiller clarified. “A star app has never been more beautiful and easy to use. Just hold it to the sky to automatically find constellations, planets, satellites and more. It’s stargazing fun for all ages and experience levels!”
  94. 94. the entire video at:
  95. 95. Optimized for iOS 11 with ARKit, Holo is the first app that lets you move around 3D holograms of people and interact with the m as if truly there in real life, giving you an entirely new way to create content and tell stories with personalities you love in AR. Holo Free Holograms for Videos in Augmented Reality
  96. 96. Watch the entire video at:
  97. 97. Ink Hunter is the app you should use when deciding on a tattoo and where to put it.
  98. 98. Language Translation
  99. 99. Watch the video
  100. 100. Google Translate Translate between 103 languages by typing Offline: Translate 52 languages when you have no Internet Instant camera translation: Use your camera to translate text instantly in 30 languages FREE
  101. 101. the entire video (1min 40sec) at:
  102. 102. “Using a translated version of an English book, run it through Google Translate, translating it back to English. Review what is accurate and what is not.”
  103. 103. Storytelling / History / Travel / Museums
  104. 104. Freedom Stories The Harriet Tubman Institute for Research on the Global Migrations of African Peoples and the Augmented Reality Lab at York University in Toronto, have collaborated to share not just a ton of first person and primary source accounts of escaped enslaved men and women but also something they call Augmented Reality Freedom Stories. FREE
  105. 105. Freedom Stories “Download and print the flash cards . . . for use with this app. Show the flash cards to the app while the camera is running. . .” Future Stories Site FREE
  106. 106. “Hidden Figures” depicts the story of the African-American women at NASA who played an important role for the USA in the Space Race.
  107. 107. Based on the film, and developed the app which is listed as T Brand Studio AR FREE
  108. 108. It focuses “on hidden figures from science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) to serve as role models for the next generation.”
  109. 109. There are also 150 “geo-fenced” static stations around the United States in ten cities: Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Washington D.C. They are also online. plinth: a block of stone or wood that is used as the base for a pillar, statue, etc.
  110. 110. the entire video at:
  111. 111. TimeLooper has recreated historic events at locations across the globe, enabling visitors to see the sites as they are today, but also re-live the moments that made them memorable. London New York Washington DC Budapest Berlin $6.9 9
  113. 113. “Imagine being able to view the Milky Way and asteroids in an interactive way, it would make you feel like an astronaut, wouldn’t it?” Chipin site FREE Updated May 22, 2017
  114. 114. Expeditions AR uses Google’s Tango technology to map the physical classroom and placed 3D objects. Students can walk all around the objects, get in close to spot details, and step back to see the full picture.
  115. 115. “…a particularly sharp decline in museum-going rates among millennials in their 20s and 30s.” “Charged with the crucial task of preserving our past, museums must now navigate the future.”
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  118. 118. the entire video at:
  119. 119. Games
  120. 120. Fetch! Lunch Rush FREE “Ruff Ruffman, canine host of the PBS KIDS TV series, FETCH! with Ruff Ruffman, is making a movie! He’s in over his head and he needs your help. In this Augmented Reality, multi-player game, you need to keep up with lunch orders from Ruff’s movie crew. The challenge is keeping track of how many pieces of sushi everyone wants.” Note: The game pieces can be downloaded as a full color game board.
  121. 121. “I have reviewed so many apps for kids. Most apps don’t require kids to move around. The apps are all educational, but sometimes you still have the concern if they are sitting for too long. Today I found a very interesting app – it teaches math, and in the meantime, it makes kids move around to hunt for the answers.”
  122. 122. the entire video at:
  123. 123. the entire video at:
  124. 124. Pokemon Go brought an understanding of augmented reality to the masses. . . . TaleBlazer brings classroom subjects like history and science to life for students of all ages. It’s the same technology, but with aspirations that are much, much bigger. . . The platform also gives kids the opportunity to develop their own augmented reality . . .
  125. 125. the entire video at:
  126. 126. Creating your own Auras
  127. 127. Trigger + Overlay = Aura Trigger Image .jpeg file Overlay .mp4 file
  128. 128. 27 seconds
  129. 129. For following channels and scanning auras. No traditional advertising but you will see some commercial auras. HP Reveal, The App Free
  130. 130. For creating accounts and channels. For creating auras using trigger images and overlays HP Reveal Studio, The Website
  131. 131. What’s on the horizon?
  132. 132. Augmented Reality Construction Inspection
  133. 133. the entire video at:
  134. 134. LÜ is a smart space that understands in real time the behaviors and interactions of people within it. Using the information coming from ceiling mounted 3D cameras, we drive games and tools projected on the wall. Lü comes in three pre-assembled modules rigged to ceiling, for each interactive wall. We also offer a mobile version of the single wall system that comes with a tripod that can be installed in less than 20 minutes.
  135. 135. Watch the entire video at:
  136. 136. Dr. Maureen Yoder Monday, June 25th, 2018 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm W186b Augmented Reality: The What, the Why, and the How; Inspiring, Replicable Stories THE END
  137. 137. Resources
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  139. 139. “Augmented Reality (AR) is a growing field of technology where real life is modified and enhanced by computer-generated sights and sounds. The most common use of AR can be seen through mobile apps. Point your device’s camera at something that the app recognizes, and it will generated a 3D animation or video superimposed over whatever is on your camera’s screen. The effect makes the computer-generated item appear like it’s really there..”
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  141. 141. “The use of augmented reality in classrooms is growing, as more educators discover this affordable option for bringing a new dimension to the printed page — and to physical objects — in a way that can engage and motivate learners.” ISTE Augmented Reality article 5/19/2016 Use these resources to bring augmented reality to your classroom
  142. 142. 8/10/2016 Inspire Students with Olympic Technologies ISTE Olympic Technology article “Every two years the Olympic Games offer a spectacle of skill, endurance and perseverance. They regale us with human interest stories and inspiration. They also serve as showcases for technologies that measure, display and entertain.”
  143. 143. Augmented reality can be a powerful learning tool. Many teachers have already seen the excitement in their students’ eyes as they make books come alive, meet inspiring people, split atoms and let their imaginations run wild.