[Literacy, Podcast]

#128 – Augmented Reality Apps and Children’s Books


In the show you’ll hear


In the interview Craig Lew and I talked about

  • Kerem
  • QR Codes
  • ARbusiness cards with portfolios
  • uses for AR in kid’s books
  • his animation work with Dreamworks
  • whether or not I’m short-sighted


The Goths

Where you can find Craig:


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6 Responses to #128 – Augmented Reality Apps and Children’s Books

  1. Jim says:

    Thanks, Katie. Image recognition and AR have the possibilitytichange the way educators and students interact with and glean information. We’re excited about it, and happy to see you embrace it to provide additional depth to your content. Cheers!

    • Katie says:

      Thanks, Jim – back atcha! I’m thrilled when I come across educators grabbing hold of tech to teach!

  2. D is for DAVIS (Katie Davis) | Organization and Inspiration for Fellow Writers says:

    [...] However, her podcasts and blog posts could appeal to all writers. Katie Davis is an ambitious individual. Her joy and enthusiasm serve her well and her ramblings and (occasional) rants are very entertaining. Knowledgeable on the technological front, Katie thrives to help others by sharing her findings – such as the demo of the interactive business cards found on blog post #128 – Augmented Reality Apps and Children’s Books. [...]

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