Students step into augmented reality to learn

IRVINE, Calif. — Exploring the ocean without getting wet. Dissecting things without the smell. It’s all thanks to a tool a school in Irvine is using.

The immersive, 360-degree augmented reality learning tool is being used at Irvine International Academy.

The tool will be used to teach STEAM — science, technology, engineering, art and math — for the school’s kindergarten through sixth-grade students.

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Please see our segment from Spectrum News on our new Augmented Reality Lab.
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