What if there was a new way to encourage your child to learn which involved a smart interactive play system that uses both your child’s physical gestures and also their imagination?
Until now, parents have seen their children become more and more involved with iPads and other tablets, so why not take advantage of that natural desire and channel it towards something educational?
The unique solution?
Imagine if you could put any of several dozen cards in front of the iPad, and it magically turned into an animated character that your child could interact with and learn something from?
AR Magic Cards comes in various sets, so you can keep expanding the learning opportunities.
It is also interesting for your child to combine various cards to learn new things. For example, when your child combines the card for a country’s flag with one of the characters the animation will change clothes right in your child’s hand as they look through the iPad.
The animations can say hello in various languages, and also help your child learn about geography, and other lessons.
Who are the makers behind AR Magic Cards?
John Zhao is a father who thought about improving his child’s education, but realized the key ingredient in learning was making it fun and even a little bit addictive.
The more your child wants to play with AR Magic cards, the more they will learn. AR Magic cards creates a positive dynamic which encourages your child because it is interactive. This encouragement helps your child to become more confident over time, and enjoy learning even more.
John and his team of over 100 animators, designers, and programmers have delivered story based projects for larger companies for many years – so they know how to handle quality and delivery schedules.
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