Immersive technology is finding a foothold in education, moving legacy systems closer to the digital age and away from dated models.
Mark Christian, global director of immersive learning for London, said augmented reality could help boost engagement in the classrooms, but there’s still uncertainty about their future.
“As this technology becomes more ubiquitous, a little pop-up thing in a text book is going to be very uninteresting to a student in five years time,” he said. “They might increase engagement and profits by a measure, but I think we need to focus on solving real problems in education, and to do that you need to look ahead.”
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