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As a non-profit organized by educators for educators, we want to help you utilize effective immersive humanities tools in your classroom. Whether that is through assisting you with helping you find new tools, connecting you with experts in the field or using the power of a non-profit to get you resources as inexpensively as possible, we are here to help. Lastly, in an effort to save you even more time, we continue to add items to our Resource Center to make finding relevant experiences fast and easy.
Perspectives XR Is Proud to Offer Kai's Clan Collaborative Coding Tools
Perspectives XR is proud to announce that it can now bring you the amazing collaborative learning products from Kai's Clan to teach coding, robotics AR, VR, and STEAM topics with an easy to use platform. Students code their robots to navigate the mat in real life, in real time, wherever they are in the world. At the same time their 3D characters collaborate in a virtual environment. Kai’s Clan breaks the traditional geographical barriers to bring kids from around the world together and allow them to solve challenges in exciting new ways. Their products have been shared at ISTE, BETT, FETC, and TCEA to name a few. Check out how easy it is to setup the robots and mat with this demo video.
At present, we are one of only three product providers in the United States and the ONLY one that is a non-profit. We were truly inspired by the interdisciplinary approach our friends from down under have taken and the new products they have on the near horizon. Our distribution agreement prohibits us from disclosing our actual price on these outstanding materials, but suffice it to say that it is our mission to get these types of immersive resources in the hands of teachers and students and our prices reflect that commitment.
Imagine Dr. Seuss in AR? No Need to Imagine, It Exists!
Just released from Dr. Seuss Studios this new app creates amazing AR experiences from the time-tested Dr. Seuss ABC book. The app contains three modes, Story, A to Z, and Sandbox allowing users the ability to interact in a variety of ways.
If not, you should be. Jaime Donally has been sharing amazing AR and VR tools via her blog and social media and will continue to do so the remainder of Marc h. There is still plenty of great content coming. With the limited time of teachers, experts like Jaime are invaluable.
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This ever-expanding section of our site features a new browse function and is intended to help you locate and review immersive humanities resources for use in history, ELAR, and fine arts classrooms. If you know of something we've missed, let us know and we will add it.
Take a trip around the world or US and discover its secrets! Use your Waypoint Geographic/Round World Products Blue Ocean World Chart to tour various places. Tap locations to start learning about its government, economy, culture, and more!
Illustrating stories is a longstanding strategy for checking student understanding of reading passages. Metaverse is an easy to use tool for creating AR experiences, why not use it in lieu of a pencil and paper to engage students?
The Booth Museum houses the largest permanent exhibition space for Western art in the country. In this experience, visit the lobby and American West galleries where you will see iconic artists including Catlin, Russell, and Remington.