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Title:Augmented Reality for an Ethnobotany Workbook
Author(s):McGrath, Robert E.; Craig, Alan B.; Bock, David; Rocha, Ryan
Subject(s):Augmented Reality
Magic Book
Plants of Nebraska
Abstract:In earlier work, Seth et al. developed the “Ethnobotany Study Book”, designed to teach high school students about the native plants of Nebraska. In other work, the workbook was extended to include the names of the plants in local Indian languages (Dakota, Lakota, Ho Chunk, and Omaha). We extended the paper work book with inexpensive Augmented Reality, to create a “magic book” effect, through which the plants can be seen to “pop up” in three dimensions off the page. This report describes this software and how it was developed.
Issue Date:2011-10
Genre:Technical Report
Publication Status:unpublished
Peer Reviewed:not peer reviewed
Sponsor:The project was part of “Breaking Barriers: Health Science Education in Native American Communities”, funded through a Science Education Partnership Award from the National Center For Research Resources, National Institutes of Health. Co-funded by the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and BioEngineering, Grant # 1 R25 RR022707.
National Science Foundation, ARC-1025298 “Augmented Reality for Understanding Social and Environmental Science”
Date Available in IDEALS:2011-10-18

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