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Augmented reality for abnormal kids
P. Dhamdhere, N.K. Singh, H. Biswas, A. Gupta,
Published in International Journal of Scientific and Technology Research
Volume: 8
Issue: 11
Pages: 882 - 886
Augmented Reality is a general term for a gathering of advances used to mix PC produced data with a normal viewer natural sense. Since smartphones have become ubiquitous, "Augmented Reality' has been developed to run on them. AR tools utilize the devices sensors (camera input, compass, etc) and put helpful data (in a particular order) in a layer over the picture from the phone camera or webcam which, thus, is seen on the device screen. Augmented Reality has massive potential in the field of education and training. This paper shows an instructive application for some, individuals pass by abnormal kids with learning handicap without notice. Dissimilar to different incapacities like viral fever, physical problem and visual disability a learning failure is a disguised hindrance. Students with learning handicaps get down to business, go to school and college and move forward on a gainful life. It is even more so beneficial for children with learning disabilities. It makes them excited about education as the AR Scrapbook uses fun, interactive and compelling experiences. This paper is designed as a social collaborative experience. It helps in development of cognitive skills and fine motor skills. It sparks the imagination and creativity and enhances their general knowledge and vocabulary. It also intends to help children learn faster and better. This is education of the future. © IJSTR 2019.
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JournalInternational Journal of Scientific and Technology Research
PublisherInternational Journal of Scientific and Technology Research