by Matt Pomeroy (@physed_pomeroy)
Lately I have received a lot of inquiries about how to use the DAQRI 4D studio. Below is a tutorial covering some of the functions of the 4D studio which will help you get started. I will soon be posting a blog that discusses various ways you can use the 4D studio as a physical educator. Sign up for a free DAQRI educators account here. Let me know if you have any questions. Connect with me on twitter: @collinbrooksie
Augmented reality is a great tool for education, and it is so simple to use. All that is needed is a mobile device and a target for students to scan. For more on the basics of augmented reality see Creating Augmented Reality Fitness Task Cards, Using Augmented Reality to Increase Physical Activity Outside of School, and Augmented Reality: Building Resources and Student Independence in Physical Education. The latest way I’m using augmented reality within my class is as a tool to assess students’ cognitive understanding of learning outcomes.