Augmented Reality Learning is a company whose goal is to help schools from K-12 through to higher education build augmented reality or AR learning experiences for their students that are immersive, interactive, pedagogically sound, and engage students like no other media before it. Augmented reality is experiential. My company is seeking your investment to launch the world’s first comprehensive service to bring hardware, software, media design, experts, training and 24/7 support to help educational institutions choose the right tools to harness this 21st century technology.
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