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Google's Project Tango finds a new home in the classroom

Google is bringing its room-sensing augmented reality tech to the classroom.
Two years after bringing VR field trips into schools with its Expeditions program, the company is expanding the project to include a new type of lesson: augmented reality.
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The augmented-reality lessons, which are powered by Google’s Project Tango technology, will work much the same way as their VR counterparts. Except, instead of taking students on VR “field trips” teachers will be able to place 3D objects around their classrooms for students to explore. Read more…More about Tech, Google, Augmented Reality,

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