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Curiscope Virtuali-Tee
© 2018 Curiscope

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For ages 8-up
For grades 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, S, Jr, Sr.
$30, iPad, iPhone, Android
Teaches: science, biology, AR
Tagged for: Augmented Reality, Science
View the insides of a human body… in the context of a real human body with this AR powered T-Shirt. Content includes the circulatory, respiratory and digestive systems, plus one 360° videos of one part of each system.

The app is free to download (search "Virtuali-Tee"). But it is useless unless you have the shirt.

Once the app is downloaded, you must allow camera access. You put on the shirt or get a friend to wear it. It works best from about three feet away. Once the app has detected the shirt, you can tap on the screen to peel back the layers of the body and interact with the different systems and organs by clicking on the hotspots. You can use it in selfie mode, so a student wearing the t-shirt can use the front camera to explore the internal systems on themselves. If you have a VR headset you can also activate VR mode by tapping on the VR goggles in the top right corner. The app is compatible in most cardboard headsets as long as they allow camera access. In VR mode hover the cursor over the hotspots in order to interact with the systems. A built in tutor, named Hans Glover acts as a guide to the organs.
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