Those who read this blog regularly will have noticed that I love exploring Augmented Reality (AR). Those who work with me know that, at every opportunity I get, I’ll find away to use some in my lectures and workshops. That’s why I was really excited this morning when I received an email from In globe Technologies – the people behind the original AR Sights the platform I explored in my very first post on this fabulous tool. They impressed me back then in 2010 and, two years later have me all excited again because they’ve gone mobile! Only 2 weeks ago I had to load google sketchup to get AR sights to work during my prezi on HASS Teaching in the 21st Century and now, my students can wave their phones or iPads at the markers and have a go themselves 🙂

I just love the way I can choose an AR projection straight from my mobile device too. I can choose from objects, animals, buildings, cars, space and STAR WARS (amongst others)  That’s sooooo much quicker than it used to be! My other favourite features include the ability to save my AR image to Evernote, Ibooks ot the USB disk app I have on my iphone.
Great work Inglobe Technologies!  Thanks for the heads up!  Now to see how I can integrate this into my workshops ……
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