Top 5 Augmented Reality Trends for 2014

Educators on the cutting edge have been experimenting with free services offered by some universal Augmented Reality app companies. 2014 will bring greater visibility to these efforts, along with new concepts that allow for commercialization of AR for the education and learning fields.  From teachers creating DIY AR projects in the classroom  to apps like ZooBurst which allows kids to create their own 3D pop-up books, 4D Elements for learning chemistry, Google Sky Map that project constellations into the night sky, and apps from institutions like the Getty Museum, Augmented Reality apps for education are on the cusp of exploding.

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