MORE TO LIFE THAN MEETS THE EYE
We partner with museums, universities, nonprofits and environmental organizations in developing public campaigns related to biodiveristy outreach and environmental conservation efforts. The project is currently aligning with the efforts of www.BON-Earth.org.
Currently developing a WebAR version of the Libraries of Life app. Contact us for more information if would like to integrate in your public outreach campaign. The native version is undergoing some updates and may experience some disruption.
The Libraries of Life project was a Katerva Awards finalist in the category of behavioral change and public impact in 2019.
“The AR Cards are amazing and I love showing them to parents, coworkers and of course to students. At this time, my only wish is that there were MORE species cards available. We have enjoyed the cards extensively and are most definitely ready for more specimens to observe using the AR cards. Will there be other species available?”
----Montessori Teacher, Phoenix, AZ
"I’d love to get a class set or download any cards available. . .Our focus skill this year is technology integration with an emphasis on AR. I’m really loving the possibilities of the AR experience and how it is truly educational/ science based (as a previous science teacher). Anything you are willing to share would be wonderful. We are very excited about AR in general and education leading this direction!!!"
----Dewey Public Schools, Oklahoma
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