The iReflect project is an augmented reality application designed to work on Reflection magazine. To support the government’s drive towards “Smart Learning”, the aim of this project is to make reading more interesting and, as such, enable more effective and efficient learning and teaching process. iReflect has the potential to make any book, be it a textbook or a novel, more interactive and interesting to the readers. It enables readers to easily access external materials (such as multimedia resources, three-dimensional images, external URL links, and other sources) simply by placing their smart phone over the page. In addition, it also allows the readers to readily make contact with the author or publisher of the book, via email/phone or social-networking tools, with just a ‘touch-click’ on the page.
October 14, 2016