CAN YOU IMAGINE OUR WORLD WITH NO AUGMENTED REALITY?
Of course, you can. It’s simple! But your kids probably can’t—or, at least, they don’t want to! For children today, their AR world is a great place to discover and enjoy.
Augmented reality is fun—and causes no harm.
Kids love their smartphones and tablets—but they still love playing with toys. Augmented reality gives them the best of both worlds.
Augmented reality toys
Augmented reality toys combine the best of both worlds—the digital world and the world of real toys—boosting kids’ creativity and encouraging them to learn more. They can make something and literally hold it in their hands. They can quickly make changes to what they’ve already done and thrill to see a result without fearing they might ruin something. They learn how things work.
This all makes augmented reality the best tool to introduce new discoveries that open doors to their imagination. Toys and games open these doors!
What AR toys and games
open new worlds?
KiBi, Books & Magic, Crayola, Snapchat: all these companies use augmented reality apps in their products to deliver content unnoticed by users’ eyes. AR increases user curiosity about what makes these toys tick. So simple: just an idea and quality 3D models.
Kids can play with their favorite toys in even more creative ways by pointing a camera at it and seeing its model on the screen. They can play mini-games and compete with friends by gathering coins or points.LEARN MORE
Kids color a picture that pleases them then can see the results as a 3D model, make a photo with it or add to personal collection.LEARN MORE
Helps kids memorize objects or categorize them based on shapes, colors, textures or any other criteria. Works well with both games and learning.LEARN MORE
3D illustrations help readers imagine what the author is writing about. Also, readers no longer just follow the storyline. They can interact with books using augmented reality while playing mini-games or completing quests.LEARN MORE
Augmented reality can be a part of the mechanics of a board game. Players can see their characters displayed on game cards. They can delve into more information, like a damage bar, power, strength, etc., or see them fighting on the smartphone screen.LEARN MORE
Put a puzzle together then aim a camera on it and enjoy a 3D model with all the detail that cannot be printed on a 2D picture.LEARN MORE
Pokémon Go is probably the best-known augmented reality game. It got teenagers out of the house to spend more time outdoors, learn about their neighborhood and meet new people. This works for any popular fictional world.LEARN MORE
Fun photo filters
Different social networks and popular entertainment apps, like the Star Wars app, add cool filters allowing users to try on an outfit of their favorite characters.LEARN MORE