Augemented Reality Browser to Undergo Testing at Rehabilitation and Education Center

The Scantukan Augmented Reality Browser was named the best solution in the Open Challenges competition of innovative educational solutions for children with disabilities. Soon it will undergo pilot testing at Rehabilitation and Education Center #7.

Scantukan is a mobile app available for both iOS and Android devices. It is designed to help children better understand complex topics in the curriculum and increase their engagement in the learning process through the use of AR. In technology classes, students will be able to create augmented reality experiences, while teachers will take advantage of the BYOD concept and turn gadgets from their “worst enemies” into useful AR-enhanced teaching tools.

The pilot project at Rehabilitation and Education Center #7 is scheduled to take 30 days. The Open Challenges program is designed to identify and test innovative products and solutions that meet Moscow's needs across various industries.