Jun 26, 2018 | Augmented Reality, Mixed Reality

Augmented reality in child books

Imagine that the drawings in your child’s books becomes alive and starts interacting, directly from the books? That would be awesome, wouldn’t it? Even for adults!

Just imagine Snow White and then 7 dwarfs walking around the book while their story is being read out loud or the Mickey Mouse and his friends trying to solve one of their problems with the help of the kids through the app. There are no limits for what can be created through Augmented Reality.

Augmented Reality for Magazines

However, child books is only one part of it. Another part can be using Augmented Reality for magazines, to show new products or even sell products directly from the AR app. 

Just by scanning the product, the user will be able to see the product in AR, choose their specifications such as size, color and type and then order it as they would do from a normal webshop.

One other opportunity could be using Augmented Reality to make school books more interesting. One example could be to make the Solar System in Augmented Reality. Teach the students biology and physics by using AR and I’m sure it will be much more interesting than it is now or even making mathematics fun, for those who hate numbers.

Here is a video of how Harvard Business Review have used Augmented Reality.

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