You gotta see this! QR codes & augmented reality

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You gotta see this! QR codes & augmented reality

  1. 1. is! th ee as ott g ou Y QR Codes & Augmented Reality Michael  M.  Grant   mgrant2@memphis.edu   @michaelmgrant  
  2. 2. Michael  M.  Grant   Instruc5onal  Design  &  Technology   h;p://viral-­‐notebook.com   mgrant2@memphis.edu   @michaelmgrant  
  3. 3. Don’t know what to do with the square thingie? No worries! We’ll take care of it! http://bit.ly/yougotta
  4. 4. You are about to become the coolest person you know because…
  5. 5. QR Codes are y! az qr
  6. 6. iOS Android To scan, you need a QR code reader.
  7. 7. QR codes are around us every day.
  8. 8. Let’s try it out!
  9. 9. On your iPad / iPhone / iPod, launch Qrafter. It should look like this picture.
  10. 10. d Now, position the iPad camera over the QR code. It will chime. Hit “Go to URL.”
  11. 11. Let’s try another one. Choose “Scan with Camera” first.
  12. 12. How about this one? Remember to choose “Scan with Camera” first.
  13. 13. d This one isn’t a web address. It’s just text. What’s it say?
  14. 14. Anyone tweeting?
  15. 15. Last one. Try this.
  16. 16. d Did you get it? Save me into your contacts.
  17. 17. Let’s try a little curricular content now. y! az qr
  18. 18. This diagram displays which plate boundary?
  19. 19. This diagram displays which plate boundary?
  20. 20. The newspaper headline below describes a significant event in U.S. foreign affairs. How did this event contribute to the United States’ entry into World War I? Determine.
  21. 21. The newspaper headline below describes a significant event in U.S. foreign affairs. How did this event contribute to the United States’ entry into World War I? Determine.
  22. 22. 9 127 Calculate.
  23. 23. 9 127 Calculate.
  24. 24. Read these lines excerpted from the poem “Wilderness Rivers” by Elizabeth Coatsworth. those pure rivers which have known no will, no purpose but their own. These lines contain an example of which literary device? Analyze.
  25. 25. Read these lines excerpted from the poem “Wilderness Rivers” by Elizabeth Coatsworth. those pure rivers which have known no will, no purpose but their own. These lines contain an example of which literary device? Analyze.
  26. 26. A 5-gram sample of water occupies 5 milliliters of space in a beaker. What is the density of the water sample? Calculate.
  27. 27. A 5-gram sample of water occupies 5 milliliters of space in a beaker. What is the density of the water sample? Calculate.
  28. 28. The table shows the percentage of individuals The table a populationof individuals in a population of resistant to to certain in shows the percentage of insects that is insects that is resistant ypes of insecticides. certain types of insecticides. Insecticide Resistant Insect Populations Population Insecticide 1 Insecticide 2 Insecticide 3 1 12.8% 48.5% 1.8% 2 52.5% 2% 9.3% 3 28.6% 9.2% 34.8% 4 0% 0% 10.1% 5 2.8% 66.6% 3.5% 6 3.6% 78.5% 48.2% Which Which two populationsby a widespread use of Insecticide 2 ? two populations would be most affected would be most affected A 2 and 4 a by B 1 and 6 C 3 and 5 widespread use of Insecticide 2 ? Determine.
  29. 29. The table shows the percentage of individuals in a population of insects that is resistant to certain shows the percentage of individuals in a population of insects that is resistant to certain secticides. types of insecticides. Insecticide Resistant Insect Populations Population Insecticide 1 Insecticide 2 Insecticide 3 1 12.8% 48.5% 1.8% 2 52.5% 2% 3 28.6% 9.2% 34.8% 4 0% 0% 10.1% 5 2.8% 66.6% 3.5% 6 3.6% 78.5% 48.2% 9.3% Which two populations would be most affected by a widespread use of Insecticide 2 ? o populations would be most affected by a widespread use of Insecticide 2 ? 4 6 5 6 Determine.
  30. 30. 1 2 4 3 Which location did merchants historically use monsoon winds to travel C 3 trade routes? along ch location did merchants historically use monsoon winds to travel along trade rou
  31. 31. STAAR World Geography Released Test Questions 2011 Re 1 1 2 4 3 In which location did merchants historically use monsoon winds to travel along trade routes? A 1 C B 2 D 4 3 Which location did merchants historically use monsoon winds to travel along trade routes? 2 The frequent changes in the political organization of Africa from the early sixteenth century to late nineteenth century reflected —
  32. 32. x  +  2(x  −  24)  =  78   Solve for X.
  33. 33. x  +  2(x  −  24)  =  78   Solve for X.
  34. 34. y! az qr So how do you make ’em?
  35. 35. GoQR.me Input text or URL. Choose size. Select “open.” Then right-click (control+click) to copy-paste.
  36. 36. For presentations, choose at least 500x500. For handouts, 125x125 to 200x200 is good. For a flyer, biggest is best. Leave white space around the QRcode. GoQR.me Input text or URL. Choose size. Select “open.” Then copy-paste.
  37. 37. For the audio ones, use http://qrvoice.net/ Add the text in “say what?”. Click the QR button. Slide to choose the size. Click on the QR code. Right-click (control+click) to copy-paste.
  38. 38. Fantastic ideas for QR codes. from Tom Barrett & Paul Simbeck-Hampson http://bit.ly/i9JO59
  39. 39. Poe in the Pit | Interactive Comic http://poeinthepit.com
  40. 40. The Pit and the Pendulum | Interactive Comic http://poeinthepit.com
  41. 41. The Video Periodic Table in QR codes Image  from  h;p://www.flickr.com/photos/periodicvideos/5915143448/sizes/l/in/photostream/  
  42. 42. The Video Periodic Table in QR codes Image  from  h;p://www.flickr.com/photos/periodicvideos/5915143448/sizes/l/in/photostream/  
  43. 43. The Audio Periodic Table in QR codes See http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/ed200541e
  44. 44. English Language Learners & Vocabulary I would “up this” by adding the voice audio, too!
  45. 45. Homework checks.
  46. 46. Homework checks. from  h;p://www.freetech4teachers.com/2011/04/qr-­‐codes-­‐in-­‐classroom.html  
  47. 47. Could you make one of these? Download the template at http://thedaringlibrarian.wikispaces.com/BTSN
  48. 48. Can you change a “Sit & Git” to a “Meet, Greet & Scan”? See http://mesmrswhitesclass.blogspot.com/search/label/QR%20code
  49. 49. Make ’em with bottle caps even! See http://bit.ly/PdRwQQ for details.
  50. 50. b QRstuff.com Lots of different choices for things to encode.
  51. 51. Image  needed   Unitag.fr
  52. 52. Unitag.fr
  53. 53. Augmented Reality
  54. 54. ColAR App
  55. 55. Pages App You need 2 parts! Print out the coloring pages from http://www.colARApp.com
  56. 56. Pages 1.  Color  the  page(s).   2.  You  can  print  out  all   of  the  coloring   pages,  but  you  can’t   scan  them  all  unless   you  pay  for  the   upgrade.   You do the pages first. Print out the coloring pages from http://www.colARApp.com
  57. 57. App 1.  Choose  “Play”  in  the   app.   2.  Make  sure  you  can   see  the  whole  page   with  your  camera.   3.  Be  pa5ent.  The   page  will  turn  blue/ green  when  it’s   right.   Then you use the app. Print out the coloring pages from http://www.colARApp.com
  58. 58. App 1.  Choose  “Play”  in  the   app.   2.  Make  sure  you  can   see  the  whole  page   with  your  camera.   3.  Be  pa5ent.  The   page  will  turn  blue/ green  when  it’s   right  then  start.   Then you use the app. Print out the coloring pages from http://www.colARApp.com
  59. 59. 1.  Yes, it’s gimmicky. But it’s fun! 2.  Anything you put on the open spaces (front/ back of mouse, flag of the plane, etc.) of the coloring sheet will show up in the animation. 3.  So, you can do math practice, etc. to have students show their answers. It could be fun homework. 4.  You can’t make the pages yourself. L ColAR App Tips
  60. 60. Aurasma
  61. 61. On your iPad / iPhone / iPod, launch Aurasma. It should look like this picture.
  62. 62. Swipe past the tutorial till you get to the login screen. Then choose “Skip” at the bottom.
  63. 63. Look for the 4 corners & the “A” at the bottom. Now we’re ready to scan!
  64. 64. Now, position the camera over the image above. It will “swirl” & your aura will start playing.
  65. 65. Try scanning this one.
  66. 66. Let’s try a little curricular content now. t ed men aug lity rea
  67. 67. d d d On on the scanning screen, click the “A” at the bottom. Choose the magnifying glass & Channels. Type in: michaelmgrant
  68. 68. d d Click on “T3 Workshop.” Select “Follow” in the upper right. This is a channel. Once you follow me, you get anything I add.
  69. 69. Try scanning this one.
  70. 70. Scan this one.
  71. 71. Scan it again & double tap the video.
  72. 72. 1 2 4 3 Which location did merchants historically use monsoon winds to travel C 3 trade routes? along ch location did merchants historically use monsoon winds to travel along trade rou
  73. 73. So how do you make ’em?
  74. 74. Here’s a really great step-by-step handout: http://ipad4schools.org/2013/09/28/bring-schools-tolife-with-aurasma-app/
  75. 75. To create my question & answer, I used Powerpoint, making 2 slides. Then did screen captures & emailed them to myself on my mobile device with Aurasma.
  76. 76. Great example in Science Classroom: http://smithsciencegms.wordpress.com/2013/09/10/ augmented-reality-in-the-science-classroom/
  77. 77. x  +  2(x  −  24)  =  78   This one took much more effort!
  78. 78. 1 2 4 3 It’s #4 near India & Saudia Arabia. Which location did merchants historically use monsoon winds to travel C 3 trade routes? along ch location did merchants historically use monsoon winds to travel along trade rou
  79. 79. 1.  It’s easiest when everything is done on one device (overlays & targets). 2.  For more sophisticated stuff, use the Aurasma Studio. 3.  The easiest way for the other devices to see your auras is by making them public. (It is possible to use “private” & sending out the “Link to Subscribe.”) AurasmaTips http://bit.ly/aurasma4teachers
  80. 80. For more sophistication, try Aurasma Studio.
  81. 81. Download slides from this URL. http://bit.ly/yougotta
  82. 82.     Michael  M.  Grant  2013  

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