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How AR can help in education?


Probably, the most popular application for augmented reality in education is the use of AR apps directly in the classroom. In this case, they can help the teacher explain a subject, provide a visual representation of the material, and help students test out their knowledge in practice.Apr 24, 2018Augmented Reality in Education: The Hottest EdTech Trend 2018 ...https://easternpeak.com/.../augmented-reality-in-education-the-hottest-edtech-trend-2018...

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