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Wrangell AVATAR club 'augments' reality

 

Greg Knight

Stikine Middle School student Max Voltz shows off an augmentation of KSTK’s sign during his class period with teacher Michele Galla.

Sentinel writer

When you look at a website, a business card, or just about any sign or graphical image you can imagine, you can expect to see information. That information is usually one-dimensional and does not extend beyond what you might see with your own eyes.

A group of students from Wrangell High School are working to change that, however.

An after-school “AVATAR” club led by WHS teacher Michele Galla has been working on developing a technology that will “augment” the reality of images we see every day – and make them more functional in a digital environment.

AVATAR stands f...



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