Design Mill Participates in STEM Day
Grade School Students Learn About Augmented Reality and Wearable Technology
Elkader, Iowa – Design Mill, Inc. presented at the Keystone Education Agency’s STEM Day held on Monday, March 3, 2014. Over 250 grade school students were on hand for a demonstration of Insite™, an augmented reality browser designed for everyone who owns a smartphone or tablet device and Google Glass, the latest in the field of wearable technology. STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) supports the aim of the National Curriculum and schools agenda by linking the curriculum to the wider world and demonstrating that what is being taught in the classroom has direct relevance within the world of work.
“Insite™ and Google Glass are exciting new way to see layers of digital information, video, photos, sounds appear directly on top of the items you see in the world around you,” said Nathan Greiner, President at Design Mill, Inc. “Today, more than ever, mobile accessibility of product data is what people are looking for on their smartphones and tablets.”
Founded in 2006, Design Mill, Inc. is a leader in augmented reality business apps. Design Mill, Inc. offers a wide range of products and services designed to deliver state-of-the-art solutions to the marketplace.