AtomAR by Aura Interactive

  • Free to downloadFree Application
  • Augmented Reality ApplicationAugmented Reality Application
  • Install on Android
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AtomAR, an educational app offers you a new and fun way to experience Augmented Reality and learn about Atoms, Chemical Elements and molecules. With chemical element flashcard image, this app will transform a simple element image into attractive, animated 3D elements in real life. Also build a molecules using elements flashcard.

Designed by AURA INTERACTIVE(www.aura-interactive.com), the AtomAR app offers you :

Interact with elements,subatomic particles(Proton,Neutron,Electron), learn about them with amazing AR experience. Also listen audio description & text information about Atoms and subatomic particles.

Apart from that you can also learn about electron configuration which is distribution of electrons of an atom or molecule in atomic or molecular orbitals.You can add or remove subatomic particles and generates all chemical elements one by one.

About AtomAR:

AtomAR is developed by Aura Interactive with aim of making learning more interactive through Augmented Reality.
You can download elements markers form – http://aura-interactive.com/apps/atomar/Targets.pdf.

How to use?

It is very easy and fun to use AtomAR.

1. First download Elements flashcard/marker form
– http://aura-interactive.com/apps/atomar/Targets.pdf.

2. Print the downloaded pdf.(It will also work in black & white print.)

3. Cut individual markers from print by cut-marks.

4. Open AtomAR app and focus on printed image targets and experience AR.

What you can do with AtomAR?

1. Using Flashcard you can Augment 3D model of each chemical element with audio/text information.

2.Form the molecule using two or more flashcard(i.e H2, H2O) and learn about them.

3.You can add or remove subatomic particles and generates all chemical elements one by one using Nucleus flashcard.

Notice:-

With this app you can only form H2 and H2O molecule using two hydrogen and one oxigen flashcard. We will add more molecules in future.

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