Experience the Alamo Like It’s 1836 with Alamo Reality’s New AR App

By Henry Kronk April 17, 2018

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“He found a drawing of one of the captains who was in the battle, a drawing of the building exactly as it was during the battle, and that’s what we used for our understanding of the battle. There were crenellations at the top of the church, like an old medieval fort with the square blocks at the top. It looks totally different than what most people think it looks like.”

Some Recent Educational Uses of AR Innovate; Others Catch a Ride on the Bandwagon

By Henry Kronk February 24, 2018

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When it comes to AR, some efforts truly make use of the new technology, allowing educators and learners to approach old material in new ways that were previously impossible. Other implementations of AR use the technology because it’s shiny.

A WMU Professor Is Using Microsoft’s HoloLens AR Technology to Teach Aviation

By Henry Kronk February 12, 2018

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Microsoft has selected Lori Brown, an associate professor of aviation at WMU, to test out their new HoloLens, the world’s first self-contained holographic computer. The augmented reality interface will bring students a little closer to the realities of flight.