This project is funded by JISC under the Learning & Teaching Innovation Grant Programme.
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Momentum is always a problem when a project like SCARLET+ moves from having staff dedicated to it to being a part of everyday work life. Today is my last day as Project Co-ordinator for the University of Sussex SCARLET+ project … Continue reading
Last week we returned to the Library Open Learning Space for our second and final workshop to discuss Scarlet+ specifically and the future of AR at University of Sussex specifically. We were once again joined by our lead academic, Dr. … Continue reading
Interested in Innovation in Education? Join our free lunchtime Augmented Reality Webinar The SCARLET+ Experience Tuesday 16th April 12.00 – 1.00pm Hear members from the award winning SCARLET team (led by Mimas) share examples of how Augmented Reality (AR) is … Continue reading
Our final AR app is complete; the combination of the skills and guidance from the Scarlet team at Mimas, material and ideas from Mass Observation and Observing the 1980s, support from University of Manchester and University of the Creative Arts … Continue reading
I find it interesting to reflect on the unintended consequences of a project such as Scarlet+. Here in Special Collections at University of Sussex the presence of three iPads has had a greater impact on the way we work than … Continue reading
SCARLET+ ‘What has it got in its Pockets-es?’ – introducing Augmented Reality to students without getting them lost in the dark.
I have to report that my first attempt to introduce the ‘Voices In Your Pocket’ app. to University of Sussex students was less than a roaring success. At the end of November I packed an archive box with three iPads … Continue reading
I was recently asked to blog about what I felt was the value of a JISC Project we are leading here at Sussex called Observing the 1980s. Of course one of the unforseen values of that Project was that it … Continue reading
Working on Scarlet+ has so far been a roller coaster of triumphs and tribulations, but I am delighted to be able to declare that I am now working on the app itself. I had a huge breakthrough last week when Matt Ramirez … Continue reading
As part of my work researching AR I have been collaborating with other faculties in the University of Manchester to put together some sample content showing how it could be used to enhance the student experience. The first example uses … Continue reading
One of the greatest worries I had when taking on my role as the project co-ordinator for University of Sussex’s augmented reality (AR) project was the actual building of it. The AR applications I first looked at had such an … Continue reading