[Lab] Google Cardboard in Classrooms
darcy at inventorartist.com
Fri Jul 10 15:01:19 EDT 2015
Yeah, is a great video. And google cardboard does work really will with the
Perhaps kids already have these devices and it's just a matter of adding a
piece of cardboard, lenses and a magnet (rubber bands too)........
perhaps do a survey of some of the target audiences and see what they have?
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On Fri, Jul 10, 2015 at 2:28 PM, Dave Hunt <dave at huntgang.com> wrote:
> Doesn't every kid over the age of 8 already have one?... Somewhat joking
> but my kids both ages 11 and 13 are ecouraged (almost expected) to bring
> phones or iPod to some of their classrooms. I thought at first that they
> were telling us storries, but in fact when we looked into it, many teachers
> (including within our school) were in fact embracing phones and some mobile
> apps. Might be a bit more tricky to find enough "supported" android phones
> in the classrooms, but I'll bet you could find at least a few in each
> classroom already.
> It is a great video though and it does inspire me to get my cardboard out
> and stick those lens' into it!
> On Fri, Jul 10, 2015 at 12:03 PM, Jason Cobill <jason.cobill at gmail.com>
>> Hey Cardboard enthusiasts.
>> I just saw this video and felt inspired:
>> If we wanted to do this in Ottawa, we could could order in a bunch of
>> lenses and we've got everything at artengine we need to laser cut the the
>> "frames", but does anyone have a connection that would get us access to a
>> room's worth of android phones?
>> I wonder if we organized something and put a call in to Telus or Bell
>> if they'd hand over a crate of handsets.
>> Anyone else interested in trying to get VR into a local classrooms as
>> a pilot project?
>> -Jason Cobill
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