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Augmented reality (AR) can be a powerful tool for learning. Researchers have found that AR can shift mental models and remove bias to decrease resistance and create empathy.

In education and learning it has been proven that augmented experiences result in greater attention by learners. AR experiences foster more collaboration amongst users and enhance conceptual learning. Results have shown that some users provide up to 40% more correct answers after an immersive AR learning experience compared to those used solely paper-based learning tools.

Building case study libraries for learning using AR Training Cards is just one way that dense information and facts can be displayed and for longer term memory retention as well as ease of retrieval and sharing of information. Looking at  basic case study on the women's suffragette movement participants can access a set of training cards on their phones to experiences the tip of the iceberg when it comes to immersive AR learning.

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