Augmented Reality based app to launch in India for learning disabled kids
October 21, 2017
US-based technology startup company Chalksphere Inc. is set to introduce its augmented reality based educational service for kids in India.
The AR supported curriculum is named M-PLIFY and it comes in the form of a mobile app and will be available on Android as well as iOS.
The app includes audio-visual display of objects, numbers and alphabets.
It is useful for pre-school students and children with learning disabilities who find difficulty in understanding and learning letters and numbers in traditional teaching methods.
The AR based curriculum is provided on a subscription basis to schools. Children can use the app and access the information even when they are offline.
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