Snap Brings AR Tech to Classrooms to Help Students Learn STEM Concepts

Snap worked with edtech company Inspirit to bring educational augmented reality lenses to schools

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Snap partnered with ed-tech company Inspirit to bring augmented reality technology to classrooms across the U.S. with the goal of helping students better understand STEM concepts.

Inspirit’s platform will allow students to interact with custom AR lenses in a mobile application integrating Snap’s Camera Kit technology.

Snap and Inspirit launched a pilot of their technology in summer 2023 with learning company Stride’s remote learning students. Following the pilot launch, Snap said “85% of students agreed that incorporating AR into their lessons aids with memory and retention, and nearly half displayed a notable increase in engagement.”

“Augmented reality is already being used to enhance communication and creativity, and it has so much potential for education.



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