Augmented Reality Comes to Physics
The target image.
A student, aiming his smartphone at the target image, sees a 3-D magnetic field appear on his screen. The smartphone renders a 3-D projection of the magnetic field when aimed at the target image (Fig. 1 ).
Project the target image onto a screen and students sitting anywhere in the room can see a 3-D at their desk.
“Before” and “after” pictures from students in each of the three groups. Improvement was seen in each group. On a subjective scale, the Magnet App Group showed the most improvement.
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