AR STORYBOARDING


Adopt best practices and spatial context for storyboarding, designing, and creating memorable AR experiences.


EASY AR TOOL KIT


Utilize easy-to-use AR tool kit for improving AR literacy and students overall understanding of spatial web basics.


AR STORYTELLING


Teach AR storytelling techniques and processes to help students understand what makes AR a different medium.


Teach students how Augmented Reality is more than face filters

While Snapchat and Facebook popularized Augmented Reality for fun, this is just the tip of an iceberg. With Augmented Reality glasses just around the corner, you can teach students some invaluable skills about telling stories through this new, immersive medium with Hoverlay. And with our ready to use educational kits, scholars will be able to experience and learn the foundation and capabilities of this groundbreaking computing paradigm.
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Four Steps to Designing a Great Experience

Each phase focuses on formalizing and getting agreement on the foundation for the next phase.

Conceptualization

1) Define what you want viewers to know, feel and do. Answer key questions, like “Who is the audience?”, “What are the stakeholders?”, “What’s the narrative?” and capture the main steps of the experience from end to end.

Experience Design

2) Storyboard each experience and their spatial context. Include a visual representation of how the experience will be organized in space, and at what location if you plan on multiple placement. List the photos, narratives and talents you need to create your content.

Content Creation

3) Create, assemble and place visual & audio elements. Using photos, audio recordings, green screen recordings or 3d models, create elements of your experience, add them to your Hoverlay channel, and give them a location in the world.

Deployment

4) Deploy and introduce to the public. Announce the availability of your channel and promote it on social media or through on-site signage. Organize tours or demo sessions, and gather feedback.