Interactive Studying for Nursery Kids and Illiterate from Rural India: AR- based App
Author(s):
Abhishek Pawshekar, Omkar Kunturkar, Pooja kale, Prachi Joshi
Keywords:
Augmented Reality, virtual reality, education and training.
Abstract
This paper presents an educational application for Nursery Kids and Illiterate from Rural India using Augmented Reality (AR) technology, which makes easy, interactive, informative, enjoyable and interesting to the kids and Illiterate People. Augmented Reality (AR) is an interactive experience or a combination of real-world and digital data. It simplifies and enhances user knowledge of interaction with physical world by imposing virtual images on real ones. This is the new way of manipulating how we interact with that world, without replacing the real world. Augmented Reality has manifested in various fields today like Education, Navigation, Games, Industry, Medical, Advertisements, Training Classes and Architecture.AR in education will soon affect the conventional learning process. Our approach has the potential to speed up the design of 3D views of view of objects related to that letter and help kids to learn and realize concepts in a better and interactive way. The idea presented in this report is to show how AR can be used to enhance the learning experience of kids .The app can be used to reduce irreverence of kids who not interesting to learning.
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Unique Paper ID: 158426

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 9

Page(s): 490 - 492
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