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A Simple and Practical Method for Incorporating Augmented Reality into the Classroom and Laboratory

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submitted on 26.09.2018, 19:11 and posted on 27.09.2018, 14:38 by Kyle Plunkett
This manuscript provides two demonstrations of how Augmented Reality (AR), which is the projection of virtual information onto a real-world object, can be applied in the classroom and in the laboratory. Using only a smart phone and the free HP Reveal app, content rich AR notecards were prepared. The physical notecards are based on Organic Chemistry I reactions and show only a reagent and substrate. Upon interacting with the HP Reveal app, an AR video projection shows the product of the reaction as well as a real-time, hand-drawn curved-arrow mechanism of how the product is formed. Thirty AR notecards based on common Organic Chemistry I reactions and mechanisms are provided in the Supporting Information and are available for widespread use. In addition, the HP Reveal app was used to create AR video projections onto laboratory instrumentation so that a virtual expert can guide the user during the equipment setup and operation.

Funding

NSF CAREER CHE-#1352431

History

Email Address of Submitting Author

kplunkett@chem.siu.edu

Institution

Southern Illinois University

Country

USA

ORCID For Submitting Author

0000-0002-5691-7876

Declaration of Conflict of Interest

No conflict of interest

Version Notes

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