Kids May Learn More from “Reverse” Augmented Reality

Augmented Reality is pretty great. You layer information from the digital world on top of your real world to provide extra information and experiences. Examples? Point your phone at a historic place. Your phone recognizes the image or location or geographical coordinates and fetches some extra detail about that place. Point your device at a box of cereal and find out how many calories come included.PokémonGo has made us all a little “AR” crazy, letting us superimpose our pop-up Poké-characters on real world backgrounds.



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