Students use augmented-reality program to study science

08/30/2013 | PhysOrg.com

Students participating in EcoMOBILE, a Harvard University-developed pilot program that uses augmented reality to connect classroom lessons to the real world, are learning about various local ecosystems through onsite visits and technological tools. Students use smartphones and other mobile devices to access resources, such as videos and 3D models, when visiting different locations.

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