Augmented reality has a ton of potential for making learning quite a bit more fun, and the folks behind JigSpace know it. They've developed an app that lets you explore real-world, and not-so-real, objects in three dimensions using ARKit to make it all possible.
With JigSpace, you can place objects from history, science, machines, and space anywhere in the room to learn more.
From the library, just choose the category you want to explore, or find jigs using the search function. Then place your jig of choice on a flat surface using augmented reality.
You'll get bite-sized chunks of information to help you learn. The jig you're exploring moves and rotates as you tap through the details. You can also spin it, pinch to zoom in for better detail, or zoom out for a broad view.
You can share and mark your favorites and sign up to add your own items, called Jigs.
Learn about the world using ARKit
JigSpace is a fun way to learn about a variety of objects with the use of augmented reality. It isn't all serious business, either.
JigSpace offers plenty of scientific knowledge, but there's some science fiction being added to the mix. This update brings you a Jig on how a lightsaber works.
The developers behind JigSpace are adding new content frequently, so the app is growing as your knowledge expands.
JigSpace is a terrific way to learn. You'll explore objects from history, modern day, and even a galaxy far, far away. Even better, you'll do so in three dimensions.
A growing library of jigs
Jigspace has a growing library of jigs, or learning tools, for you to choose from.
Some science fiction to enjoy
It isn't all serious. Jigspace throws in some science fiction, like how a lightsaber works.
Pure science, too
Jigspace gives you scientific explanations for things in the world, using ARKit to demonstrate them.