We always have the image of the little girl asking her daddy: “Daddy, what’s that bottle of milk?” or if your child asks you “How is a volcano made?”. Nothing better than an application integrating augmented reality to explain it to your child!
Foxar was developed by four people, Louis Jeannin, Nicolas Caligiuri, Clémence Rougeot and Mira Skendraoui, i.e. two engineers, a doctoral student in ergonomics and an augmented reality developer. Their goal is to enable as many students as possible to better understand the abstract points of the school curriculum.
The application will help you understand the laws of physics, but also mathematics, geography, astronomy and many other things. It will accompany you from primary school to high school.
Just launch the app, choose what you’d like to see, like the inside of a volcano, or learn the different volumes. You even have the possibility of seeing works of art without moving.
Nothing better than a video to discover this application which will be very useful for school and for your children.
Source: GNT – Téléchargements by www.generation-nt.com.
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