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Imagina Books Human Body AR Educational Book
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Imagina Books Human Body AR Educational Book

Empower your kids to learn with the Imagina Books Human Body AR Educational Book. This informative and interesting book uses the power of an app to bring the contents to life. With augmented reality, the Imagina Books combine traditional book reading with the latest technology. Simply hold your smartphone or tablet over the pages and you can view 3D computer graphics. Incredibly, as you move your device, you can look over, under, and around the augmented reality object. The Human Body Book takes kids on an exploration through organs, bones, and everything in between. The main characters, Sarah and Adam, lead your child on a journey to explore the nervous system, digestive system, circulatory system, and so much more. With such detailed AR overlays, the Imagina Books help your child to learn faster and retain the information more easily.

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9.5/10
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Michael Cheng
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App
iOS, Android
Ages
8-12 Years
Pages
32
Book
Hardcover, 8.2 x 6.1 Inches
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