About

About

We’re creating AR applications to bring innovation to education, by developing new ways for students to discover supplementary information that cannot be seen by the naked eye and helping them to become inspired by their subjects. By using AR we can provide an innovative learning experience – think 3D maps, discovering rare manuscripts, medical trials or even finding fossils on field trips.

Through the help of computer–generated environments and mobile devices, students are immersed into a data-rich world, which integrates seamlessly with the real world. Supplementary interactive data is brought to life surrounding an object, often presenting a wealth of hidden information overlaid on the real world object, all manipulated digitally by the user.  Using mobile devices such as smart phones and tablets, students and teachers can access-supporting information to almost anything, such as manuscripts, books or images.

We aim to put pedagogy before technology, and by working closely with Academics, Developers and students we can tailor our AR offering to create pedagogically-sound collaborative experiences across a range of disciplines and institutions.

We also hold Junaio certified developer status, so we know a thing or two about developing an AR solution that’s right for you.

Innovation in Education

We’re now creating AR applications to bring innovation to education, by developing new ways for students to discover supplementary information that cannot be seen by the naked eye. By using AR we can provide an innovative learning experience – think 3D maps, discovering rare manuscripts, anatomy or even finding fossils on field trips.

Our showcase highlights just some of the projects we have worked on.  If you have any AR training enquiries; or want to discuss how we could assist in making your AR idea a reality, please contact one of the team members below.

Project Manager

matt Ramirez

Matthew Ramirez  – Project Manager and Lead Developer, Jisc, 0161 275 0610, matthew.ramirez@jisc.ac.uk

 

 

Augmented Reality Intern

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Suhad Aljundi – Develop Augmented Reality Resources and Online Materials for FE and HE, Jisc, suhad.aljundi@jisc.ac.uk

 

 

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