- ColAR - 3D coloring pages (Apple & Android) You download and print out the coloring pages from the website. The bird, dot and another random one, along with the holiday pages, are free. You can "unlock" sets of 6 other pages for $2.99 each.
- Aurasma - this app allows you to create your own AR attached to a trigger image of your choice. There is a library of 3D objects, or (theoretically) you can make your own. Keep your eyes open for public "aura"s people have created for common symbols (NFL logo, the back of a $20 bill, etc)
Book(and other)-specific apps:
- IMAG-N-O-TRON: "The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore" Edition
- Guinness Book of World Records 2014 (and 2013)
- Magic vision - on Muppet BAND-AIDS?!
Want to make you own? Explore Aurasma + the more hefty apps:
- Daqri - an AR developer that has been around for a while (made the 3D Elements, Anatomy, etc)
- Layar - also an AR dev for print images
There are a lot of educators already doing cool things with AR and I hope to amass a collection of resources (like this slideshow - by @jstevens009& @Packwoman208 - and this list of integration ideas) soon!
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