AR Education

Experts discuss some of the philosophy behind the educational side of Zoo-AR.

Why is Augmented Reality useful? How does understanding spacial dimensions help kids learn? What is the future of this technology in education? All of these questions answered and more in this brief education video!

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Learning Styles

Auditory

I want to hear!

Auditory learners would rather listen to things being explained than read about them. Reciting information out loud and having music in the background may be a common study method.

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Visual

I want to see!

Visual learners learn best by looking at graphics, watching a demonstration, or reading. For them, it's easy to look at charts and graphs, but they wouldn't learn as much just listening to an explanation.

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Kinesthetic

I want to touch!

Kinesthetic learners process information best through a "hands-on" experience. Actually doing an activity can be the easiest way for them to learn.

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Growing up Connected

25% of 2 Year Olds

Have used a smart phone or tablet!!

70% of Households

with a tablet say kids use the device!

interactive

The animals in Zoo-AR are not just 3D models. You can interact with them, learn how they move, hear what they sound like and discover how they interact with their environment. Because Zoo-AR users “learn by doing” they feel more engaged, take in more information, and know how to use the information in realistic and useful ways, and see its importance and relevance.

Because Zoo-AR enables emotional discoveries, users feel more connected to the animals they interact with, and are more likely to become advocates and ambassadors for the animals.

If you're interested in some of the different ways Zoo-AR can increase attendance, education, and retention at your zoo, please contact us for more information!