The 2 Guys Show

Posted by on Nov 19, 2013 in News

The 2 Guys Show

Co-founder Heath Mitchell had a blast talking AR Flashcards and all things augmented reality!  If you haven’t checked out Drew Minock and Brad Waid’s fantastic podcast or their awesome site Two Guys and Some iPads then check them out here.  There isn’t anyone out there more enthusiastic about augmented reality and edtech in general.  Their show is every Tuesday night and it can’t be missed!  Heath also announced our new content that we are working hard on, colors and shapes!!!...

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Guys in Ties

Posted by on Nov 14, 2013 in News

Guys in Ties

Last night, Co-Founder Heath Mitchell, appeared on Guys in Ties. Guys in Ties is an educational podcast from Kelly Rexine and Jeremy Holkup. Here is a review from Kelly on Edutech.  Below is the podcast with Heath Mitchell discussing the inspiration and future of AR...

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StL Tech Talk

Posted by on Oct 30, 2013 in News

StL Tech Talk

Co-Founder Heath Mitchell had a great time talking AR Flashcards with the guys from StL Tech Talk!   If you haven’t already go check out their website,  it’s the place in St. Louis to learn more about the world of mobile technology!  Check out the podcast below:  

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AR Flashcards Space is Here!!

Posted by on Sep 18, 2013 in News

AR Flashcards Space is Here!!

AR Flashcards-Space is now here!  Beautifully rendered 3D planets appear magically on wonderfully designed flash cards to help your young one learn the Solar System!  AR Flashcards Space is a fun and engaging way to learn the planets and it’s available on iPhone, iPad and Android phones and tablets for only $.99!!  There are eleven fantastic flash cards that can be printed for free here. In this edition of AR Flashcards we have an info button that pops up on the bottom for each planet.  Press the button to hear an interesting fact about each planet.  Our favorite card is the Solar System card.  With this you can view the entire solar system!  You can move in close to each planet and tap each model to hear the planet name! We also have the screenshot button that users loved about the original AR Flashcards that will save photos right to the camera roll!  Check out the app today!  Here are some screenshots below!...

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AR Flashcards – Space

Posted by on Aug 9, 2013 in News

AR Flashcards – Space

Here at Mitchlehan Media we are trying out new ways to use Augmented Reality to help young kids stay engaged while learning.  Our follow up app to Animal Alphabet is going to center around Space.  We are starting with the Planets in this app but calling the app Space so that we can add future content down the road outside just our own Solar System.  As kids we were amazed and enthralled with the possibilities of what lies in space.  We think that having flash cards augmented with computer wizardry to help young children learn is exciting! We aren’t stopping with Space.  We have three apps with different topics currently in development and we are excited to get them out there!  Here are a couple of pics from...

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AR Flashcards 2.0 Is Here And It’s FREE!

Posted by on Apr 16, 2013 in News

AR Flashcards 2.0 Is Here And It’s FREE!

AR Flashcards 2.0 is now available for iPhone, iPad and Android Devices!! With this new version we are introducing 6 Animated Dinosaurs to the app. The new version also features our move to the Vuforia SDK for Augmented Reality by Qualcomm. This SDK features smarter recognition that allows for superior detection and tracking even when one of the cards are partially obscured. This means that you can move closer to an object without having to have the entire card in view. We’ve also completely redesigned the look of the app with all new graphics that support iPhone 5 and iPad Retina screens. We’ve moved the flash card galleries to the main screen so that it’s easier to get to without having to load the AR Camera screen. We’ve also place a new Screenshot button on the AR Camera screen so that you can take photos of the animals with ease! The photos are saved to the camera roll on iOS and requires an SD card for Android. We already have new content in the work for future releases so stay...

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