• Vivek Parashar



Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, Education, Learning


Augmented Reality is the technology using which we can integrate 3D virtual objects in our physical environment in real time. Augmented Reality helps us in bring the virtual world closer to our physical worlds and gives us the ability to interact with the surrounding. This paper will give you an idea that how Augmented Reality can transform Education Industry. In this paper we have used Augmented Reality to simplify the learning process and allow people to interact with 3D models with the help of gestures. This advancement in the technology is changing the way we interact with our surrounding, rather than watching videos or looking at a static diagram in your text book, Augmented Reality enables you to do more. So rather than putting someone in the animated world, the goal of augmented reality is to blend the virtual objects in the real world.


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How to Cite

Parashar, V. . (2018). AUGMENTED REALITY A NEW ERA IN EDUCATION. International Journal of Engineering Technologies and Management Research, 5(2), 19–29.