The Big Shift Towards E-Learning

As the number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise, educators worldwide hurriedly shift to online education in an attempt to curtail the spread. Institutions are actively working to ensure students and faculty are equipped with the support they need to navigate the crisis. Virtual learning accessibility means that anyone can get the same message sitting anywhere.

How Educators Can Improve Accessibility in the Virtual Learning World

The software exists today

Schools and conferences around the world are closing and many are looking for solutions to enable large groups of people to gather and learn without physically being present. AR takes them to the next level by helping them not just to see, but also experience and participate.

How it works

AR uses computer vision, simultaneous localisation, mapping and depth tracking. This allows camera to collect, send and process data in order to show digital content. AR and VR can give something more engaging and visually appealing than a 2D video.

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