2 items re: Lifeliqe and Mixed Reality (MR) in the classroom

Lifeliqe Piloting Mixed Reality on Microsoft HoloLens for Grade 6-12 Classrooms — from thejournal.com by Richard Chang Excerpt: Using interactive 3D models and lesson plans […]

After watching this, it will be interesting to see how machine-to-machine communications will be used in combination with AR/VR/MR

From DSC: After reviewing the article and video (below), it will be interesting to see how machine-to-machine (M2M) communications will be used in combination with […]

MyLab – A Mixed Reality Chemistry App for the HoloLens

MyLab – A Mixed Reality Chemistry App for the HoloLens  

VR, AR, & MR: A free PowerPoint from me to you [Christian]

From DSC: As I was putting together a PowerPoint slideshow for our Teaching & Learning Digital Studio, I figured I might as well make it […]

Trying to think of some summer programs to offer? Check these out!

Summer 2017 Human++ — fromcambridge.nuvustudio.com Human-Machine Intelligence, Hacking Drones, Bio Fashion, Augmented Video Games, Aerial Filmmaking, Smart Tools, Soft Robotics and more! Excerpt: NuVu is a […]

David Kelly’s Curated Content for the Week of 03/06/17

I read through a number of articles and blog posts each day, and every Monday I curate a few of my favorites for members of […]

Move over tablets? This tech could be the future of learning [Schwab]

Move over tablets? This tech could be the future of learning — from fastcodesign.com by Katharine Schwab Fluid dynamics are a lot cooler when you […]

Reflections on “HarvardX rolls out new adaptive learning feature in online course” [Lestch]

HarvardX rolls out new adaptive learning feature in online course — from edscoop.com by Corinne Lestch Students in MOOC adaptive learning experiment scored nearly 20 […]

VR headsets: Which one is for you?; 12 AR apps for students; VR is helping the prison system; & more

Part 2: Virtual Reality Headsets: Which One Is For You? — from 900lbs.com     Excerpt: It’s 2017, a new year, and another tremendous growth […]

“Your Next Personal Robot Could Be Professor Einstein”

Your Next Personal Robot Could Be Professor Einstein       From DSC: By the way, I’m not posting this to suggest that professors/teachers/trainers/etc. are […]

VR First: Democratizing VR/AR Innovation

  Some excerpts of this infographic:      

If you can have a vivid sense of presence – using VR – at an NBA game, why cant’ we bring remote learners into F2F classrooms?

  You can be sitting ‘courtside’ at NBA games with virtual reality — from mercurynews.com by Bill Oram Excerpt: “The result is a really strong […]

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