Augmented and Virtual Reality with Students
Amurosaurus riabinini lived on Earth in the late Cretaceous, around 72-66 million years ago. This 3D image from Google Arts & Culture site allows students to view Amurosaurus in augmented reality. Augmented Reality allows you to project 3D models into the real world through the camera on your mobile device. This image is best viewed in the Google Arts & Culture mobile app.
Engage students with a set of AR activities that are perfect for kids ages 8 and up. And get the full collection of AR lesson ideas to use in your curriculum and easily share with others.
Augmented reality (AR) allows students to learn about the world by enhancing how they can relate to, contextualize, and interact with it through movement and active exploration.With iPad, students can use AR to explore outer esace, immerse themselves in the wonders of the world, and examine art and historical artifacts from national museums—in any learning environment. They can visualize experiences that would be impossible to see otherwise.Whether you want to extend an existing lesson or inesire new ones, you can use and apply AR in math and science, language arts, history, and social studies to elevate engagement, deepen understanding, and make learning more personal and meaningful for students of all ages.
The Apollo 11 Command Module, "Columbia," was the living quarters for the three-person crew during most of the first manned lunar landing mission in July 1969. This 3D image from Google Arts & Culture site allows students to view the Apollo 11 Command Module in augmented reality. Augmented Reality allows you to project 3D models into the real world through the camera on your mobile device. This image is best viewed in the Google Arts & Culture mobile app.
There are many ways to utilize the Google search engine and Google apps to access augmented and virtual reality media. This page describes these tools, including Google Lens, AR in Google Search, Live View in Google Maps, and AR Core.
Follow astronauts as they explore their deployment of the Hubble Space Telescope by explore their space shuttle in the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum.
This blog post helps educators learn how to use 3D objects within the Nearpod platform: "We are excited to announce the arrival of Nearpod 3D, a library of 100 stunning 3D objects that you can easily add to your Nearpod lessons..."