현재 한국어 번역 작업이 진행중이니 잠시만 기다려 주세요. 한국의 블로거님들의 colAR 체험관련 글을 ‘뉴스란’에 올렸으니 우선 참고해 주시기 바랍니다. – 운영자 드림
There has been a lot of discussion and excitement around using the colAR application in classes as a tool to enhance creativity and engage students. We would like to welcome any tips that teachers or parents may have had on how best to utilize colAR in a classroom situation, please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Part of the fun of the colAR experience is being able to show off your artwork, but in a large class it may be difficult to
get everyone around the iPad.
If you are using an iOS device and have a Mac or PC which is connected to a projector, you can use a program called Reflectorto transmit what’s happening on the iPad onto the computer, and therefore onto the projector.
I hope this is useful in your class.
Please check whether you enabled In-App-Purchase in iPad setting restrictions section.
Here I found an article about How to enable iPad restrictions shows screenshots of where iPad restriction settings are.
Try leaving the background without color. This might help the camera recognize the page.
iOS, you maybe running too many Apps in the background. Please see the following link on how to turns Apps off in the background.
This happens when:
The image quality depends on the quality of your camera. Ensure that you have good lighting too. The best angle is from the top down with as little distortion as possible. We also suggest coloring with bright colors!
Most pens, markers and crayons etc…WORK with ColAR. However, it is important that you do not draw over the lines with anything dark.
colAR works on most iOS devices that have a backwards facing camera: iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5 iPad2 & iPad3. ColAR requires iOS 3.1.3 or later and is optimized for iPhone 5
colAR works on most of android devices that have a backwards facing camera and android 2.2 and up