[Over the past five years Augmented Reality (AR) has had a few missteps, but it now seems prime for education. Recently I had a chance to visit the Entertainment Technology Center (ETC) Showcase at Carnegie Mellon University. I sampled several AR applications developed by the students at the ETC. I quickly understood how AR can provide a deeper and more authentic experience than just reading about architecture, for instance. Discover other resources in this Tech Advocate article.]

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