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Augmented Reality AR in the Classroom

Journal: International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (Vol.6, No. 4)

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Page : 701-708

Keywords : augmented; reality; environment; advanced; technology; software; world; smart;

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Augmented reality AR has quickly become one of the most popular trends among software and hardware developers. Augmented reality allows people to interact with their real world environment in an enhanced way. Using different kinds of technology, the environment is augmented by the technology. This can occur in many ways. On the more complex end, users can get feedback through their sense of touch, their sense of smell, and their sense of sight and sound. The technology being used changes the user's perception of the real world. This is not virtual reality, because virtual reality attempts to replace the real world environment with a digital one. Depending on how sophisticated the technology, augmented reality can display visuals over the real world, provide artificial audio feedback that's not actually present in the environment, and give various types of feedback through a user's different senses. If this sounds complicated, that's because it can be. Advanced augmented systems include visual headsets and complicated controls for interacting with the enhanced real world environment. However, there are much simpler ways of implementing augmented reality. This simpler version of augmented reality can be accessed using the same tools that most students use every day – the modern cell phone. Smart phones, specifically, have the ability to create an augmented reality experience. As documented by Forbes, there are multiple ways that augmented reality has been brought to life over mobile phones. The Gatwick app connects terminal beacons to mobile phones to help passengers navigate the area. Meanwhile, IKEA's app lets people scan their rooms and redesign them on their mobile screens using Ikea furniture. Sephora's app lets people scan their faces and try different looks by combining different facial products. Dr. Bhavya Bhushan "Augmented Reality (AR) in the Classroom" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-6 | Issue-4 , June 2022, URL: Paper URL:

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