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Video How Augmented Reality Will Change Education Completely | Florian Radke | TEDxGateway

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  • all of us are 3d creatures our brain is
  • the most powerful 3d computer in the
  • world we have evolved to think and store
  • memory in three dimensions in fact when
  • we look at information on a flat piece
  • of paper on a computer screen it takes
  • some time for a brain to translate that
  • back in into 3d for us to use it you all
  • have seen TV shows featuring memory
  • artists those amazing human beings who
  • can remember sequences of thousands of
  • numbers and names
  • well memory artists they use a trick
  • they create a 3d image of a familiar
  • Street or room in the head and then they
  • store the information along the street
  • to be able to recall it later I'm
  • actually using this trick right now to
  • remember this talk so why am I telling
  • you this because the fact that we can
  • tap in to our 3d computer in our head is
  • the biggest promise that a technology
  • called augmented reality holds for all
  • of us this technology will dramatically
  • change how we interact with data it will
  • decrease our learning curve and it will
  • increase our brain's productivity I
  • believe that augmented reality is going
  • to be the next big platform for
  • productivity in general but for sharing
  • information in particular like Iron Man
  • we will soon be surrounded by data in 3d
  • models that we can actually grab and
  • interact with some say as soon as the
  • year 2025 another promise that augmented
  • reality holds for us is that instead of
  • isolating us even more it will free us
  • from the tiny addictive
  • screens in our hands and we'll take the
  • data and place it all around us even
  • though recent news stories would want to
  • make you believe augment reality is all
  • about chasing pokemons into traffic a
  • few years ago I took my wife to visit a
  • Holocaust Memorial in Germany as we
  • walked through the old building of this
  • concentration camp we stopped in a room
  • that didn't seem to have much
  • significance until we read the tiny sign
  • on the wall while we're reading the
  • description of the room we could feel
  • the cold chill of the history of this
  • room running down our necks at the same
  • time I remember a group of teenagers
  • probably a group of high school students
  • passing through the room some of them
  • chatting but most of them engaged with
  • their phones none of them had noticed
  • the sign on the wall we knew that the
  • room we were standing in was a room
  • where prisoners had been dissected after
  • being exposed to brutal and forceful
  • experiments with poisonous gas and
  • experimental drugs for the students this
  • information was completely lost this
  • theme of trying to improve how we share
  • information has always fascinated me as
  • a communications expert I've always
  • looked for some sort of solution to make
  • knowledge transfer easier faster and
  • more Universal augmented reality will
  • completely change how we learn how we
  • work and perhaps how we think and I
  • would like to give you a little example
  • of that this is the work desk of the
  • future and this is the meta to the most
  • advanced augmented reality headset on
  • the market this device allows me to put
  • 3d images and Holograms
  • me and put them in space and let me
  • interact with them so let me take you on
  • a little thought experiment
  • imagine I'm an engineering student and
  • I'm writing a paper about something that
  • is engineered and is an engineering
  • genius
  • and because I'm a space nerd I want to
  • write about the International Space
  • Station so what I'm doing is I'm
  • probably going to Wikipedia and look up
  • some information here it is I pulled up
  • a browser window and I pulled up a
  • browser window and I look at it and now
  • I touch it and I see a higher energy 3d
  • model of the International Space Station
  • in front of my face instead of the
  • picture that only gives me one angle I
  • have multiple angles now I can actually
  • look at it and see how it works and how
  • everything works together and then I can
  • look at it from a different angle and
  • truly understand how this is floating
  • above us in space because I want to
  • obviously get an a on my paper I need to
  • know a little more about how this device
  • works so how this building works so with
  • a flip of my finger I can explode it and
  • look at all the detail and if I want to
  • see a little bit what's happening here I
  • can zoom in and take a look and see how
  • this all is working together but I don't
  • know what some of these parts are to be
  • honest so there's some information
  • embedded in this 3d model so again with
  • a flick of my finger I can pull it up
  • and I look at it and I understand how
  • this all works together so I guess this
  • is the Columbus module well this is an
  • example of what you can do with any 3d
  • model in the world and the worldwide
  • database of 3d models is only growing by
  • the hour
  • so this was just a quick example what
  • you can build with a toolkit that is
  • available from us for the worldwide
  • community of developers this toolkit
  • will let you build truly immersive
  • augmented reality experiences
  • applications that actually work best
  • with your brain augmented reality is
  • currently in the developer phase some of
  • the smartest people in the world are
  • creating apps and applications that will
  • dramatically change the way how we
  • interface with data but soon this
  • technology will be available for all of
  • us through smart classes or even contact
  • lenses I really believe that soon
  • augmented reality devices will surpass
  • the current 2.6 billion smartphone users
  • in the world through augmented reality
  • and neuroscience we can create amazing
  • things we will improve education and
  • productivity and we will unlock amazing
  • untapped potential within the next few
  • years
  • similar to how emerging economies skip
  • the landline and went straight to the
  • cellular phone system
  • I wonder why don't we skip the tablets
  • and the screens in the classroom and go
  • straight from the chalkboard to the
  • three-dimensional space
  • imagine a surgeon explaining an upcoming
  • brain surgery with a 3d brain scan to
  • her patient imagine a professor teaching
  • the human genome with a DNA string
  • floating in front of his students
  • imagine students walking through a
  • museum or through nature exploring the
  • concepts with information in augmented
  • reality
  • the applications are truly endless this
  • is the future we're going to live in it
  • is up to us the thinkers the artists the
  • scientists and the educational experts
  • to create something meaningful something
  • that will let us build a more connected
  • and a better world thank you very much
  • [Applause]

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Florian Radke talks about how Augmented reality is not a toy, it’s a powerful tool that will help solve some of the worlds biggest problems. If we do it right, it can be the next great platform for education, human connection and productivity. Like Iron man, we all will soon be surrounded by data and 3D models that we can interact with, as early as the year 2025.

Florian is currently leading communications at Meta, an augmented reality (AR) company that is one of the companies at the forefront of designing our AR future. Meta’s focus is not on creating experiences that distract or pull us out of the real world, but rather that enhance our natural environments and facilitate greater learning and communication than has been available before.
The possible applications range from more immersive classroom learning to a collaborative creative tool that can be used in real time to bring storytellers together from around the world.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx

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TEDxTalks English India Technology 3D Technology Change Education Future Learning Productivity Space

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