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Thanks to its augmented reality (#AR) format — which blends real-world interactivity with an immersive video game world — the game spiked in popularity among K–12 and college students.
Augmented Reality in EducationBy 2018, the #AR device market is expected to reach about $660 million, a new infographic from the New Jersey Institute of Technology reports.
Medical schools are also looking into how augmented and virtual reality can play a part in training future doctors and surgeons with better simulations.
The University of Nebraska Medical Center has even begun construction on a $118.9 million virtual and augmented reality center to transform healthcare education.
“Augmented reality has the potential to revolutionize learning in primary and secondary schools more than any other technology has done in the recent past,” reports NJIT.