What's Cool: Reality Composer from Apple
Where I Learned About it: ADE Festival of Learning
Why It's Cool: Easy for students and teachers to prototype and produce content for AR experiences.
As part of the ADE Festival of Learning, I attended a virtual session that focused using Apple's Reality Composer in the Visual Arts. Paul Hamilton walked us through combining 2D and 3D objects in an augmented reality space. I found it to be a very interesting storytelling tool.
As a physics teacher, my first thought was: how can I use this tool to have students create interactive learning experiences at home in a hybrid learning model? How can students highlight "physics in the real world" at locations in school, in the neighborhood or at home? I definitely want to get this into the hands of my students to try out.
Check out Paul's presentation on YouTube.