Bible Stories For Children Now Brought to Life
By Michelle Guanzon, January 31, 2016 02:01 AM
In the Spielwarenmesse International Toy Fair held at Nuremberg, Germany January 28, 2016, the Children’s First AR Bible was unveiled.
The Children’s First AR Bible is PopUp AR Paintings series’ product. Included here are the 40 classic and famous Bible stories from Old Testament and New Testament which were designed to meet kids’ imaginative interests by using the latest AR technology.
Children can use any smart device camera with the corresponding app to convert and illustrate 2D images to 3D animation. They can also add colors and watch through their screens a variety of iridescent 3-D actions and sounds presented in real-time imagery. The images on each captured page will be brought to "life" on the screen magically.
PopUp AR Paintings is a sub-brand under NEOBEAR that was developed by a Chinese tech company named YoungZone Culture.
"It's a great idea for this generation of kids to interact, and the application of AR technology to Biblical stories, quality 3-D animation and interaction will make kids much more interested in understanding these stories", stated by Mr. Neo Jianming Xiong, the founder and CEO of NEOBEAR during the expo.
NEOBEAR already launched PopUp Zoo and PopUp Vehicles which are currently one of those internationally marketed products. NEOBEAR will also launch in mid 2016 its new product, an innovative AR hardware device, Magnifier NEO to optimize children’s experience with AR technology.
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