In the past few years, we have covered plenty of augmented reality apps and toys that can teach you a thing or two about astronomy, biology, and math. These AR chemistry kits can teach your kids basic concepts in an interactive fashion:
Professor Maxwell’s 4D Chemistry Augmented Reality Kit: comes with 10 projects for students to try. It provides step-by-step animations with instructions that come to life in AR. The app is available for iOS and Android devices.
Thames & Kosmos Happy Atoms: this is a magnetic molecular modeling set that teaches students about atoms, bonding, and basics of chemistry. The companion app uses the camera in your smartphone or table to scan & analyze the molecules you have created.
AR Chemistry Flash Cards with ARkit: if you know coding, you can always develop your own augmented reality apps with ARKit. This video shows how a developer used Apple’s image recognition and tracking framework to create AR chemistry flash cards.
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