LifeLiqe Installs Microsoft Hololens in College
Lifeliqe, a visual education company that creates digital science curriculums for students by using the latest MR and AR technology, port its 3D apps on the Microsoft HoloLens for kids in grades six through 12 at Renton Prep in Seattle and Castro Valley Unified College in California.
Lifeliqe's goal is to allow students and teachers to have access to its over 1,000 ready-to-go AR models and lesson plans. The company also wants users to be able to share and create content within the app. Watch the video presentation here under.
Lifeliqe is the first deployment platform of its kind that's direct to users. Lifeliqe launched it based on demand from students, parents and teachers worldwide. Their first exclusive publisher is Corinth Classroom (Prague, Czech Republic), the company they have created and shaped for almost 4 years. They merged all the knowledge after almost 4 years of continuous improving and testing and decided that to create a sister company entirely focused on sales and marketing and based in the US will support their mission the best.
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