VIL / ASU Verizon Innovative Learning: Building a Better Future

Tempe High is a part of the Cohort 4 group of 30 high schools selected nationally by the Verizon Foundation to receive a two year grant, administered by Arizona State University, to partner high school students with local small businesses to develop STEM products using state of the art technology.

Students will develop Augmented Reality products to support the needs of local small businesses.

Approximately 150 Tempe High students will find local small businesses to partner with and work to provide a product the business can use to promote their establishment.


Contacts: Mike Hansen <mihansen@tempeunion.org>, Scott Berren <sberren@tempeunion.org>, Mike Warner <mwarner@tempeunion.org>


Created with images by City University Interaction Lab - "Augmented Reality Demonstration" • Eric Wahlforss - "Jay on augmented reality" • City University Interaction Lab - "Augmented Reality Demonstration" • sndrv - "Google Cardboard"

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