Love is the foundation of life. It is a foundation that helps teach lessons on helping and caring for others. Giving and receiving love is essential for overall well-being and positivity.
How can children comprehend the meaning of “love”, and how can they learn to share this with others?
As with many other learning aspects, we learn best through our observations, interactions, and experience.
How can Holographic AR help students learn about love and helping others?
Bullying hurts. Sometimes, continuous bullying can destroy a kid so much that it can result in depression or even suicide.
To fight against bullying, kids need to build their self-confidence and stand up against a bully. However, it often takes time to build confidence.
Superhero stories can often help kids find power within and help them build their confidence. Superheros have their own unique characteristics and are viewed differently than the average individual, which often resonates with victims of bullying, as many times they are teased or taunted for being “different” than the average individual.
What if we can enable kids to gain self-confidence and strength instantly by turning them into the superheroes they admire?
And better yet, what if kids can create their own versions of superheroes and fight their own battles?
If you were around Los Altos Library last Sunday afternoon, you would have heard waves of laughter and applause as Dr. Eliza Du, CEO of Integem, demonstrated the wonders of Holographic Augmented Reality (Holographic AR) to a raving audience of over one hundred people. A featured event of the 8th Annual Bay Area Science Festival, this hands-on workshop aimed to inspire interests in science and engineering in young people by engaging them in fun, compelling, and interactive Holographic AR adventures. Read more
Imagine traversing through another world where physical limitations are not restrained, where we can see our imagination with our own eyes. Envision stepping inside a beloved video game, a cult classic or one of your own creation, and becoming the main character.
Could we be the next stars of the games we love to play?
You’ve likely heard of Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR), but have you heard of Holographic Augmented Reality (Holographic AR)? Hologracphic AR is the next generation of AR.
Did you ever think you would be able to jump inside a video game? Would it be possible to even control the virtual landscape from the opposite screen? For the longest time, aspirations of creating this type of immersive technology has inspired designers and developers alike to build a solution that blends two worlds together and to construct something truly captivating. And it has only been a few years since the majority of the public even knew what Virtual (VR) or Augmented Reality (AR) was or meant. Games like Pokémon GO caught the attention of many excited players and consumers due to the use of AR and how it affected play depending on real world locations. While Pokémon GO became one of the biggest games in 2016, it would just be the beginning of how developers and designers craft the next category of immersive technology: Holographic Augmented Reality (Holographic AR).