Kytabu Tech Day at GEMS Cambridge Kenya
- May 6, 2016
- Posted by: Vivian Ngarega
- Category: Uncategorized
On May 5th, the Kytabu team visit the renowned GEMS Cambridge School Kenya for an edition of the Kytabu Tech Day at the school.
The team, that was led by the Kytabu founder Tonee Ndungu did nothing short of blow the minds of the students with all the new tricks up the sleeves of the Ed-Tech scene in Kenya.
Properly equipped with tablets and remarkable DIY kits courtesy of Technology Will Save Us, the Kytabu team walked the students through the Kytabu App alongside other educational applications accessible from the Kytabu App such as that enabled the students to learn in a different way.
DAQRI, Anatomy 4D and Elements 4D, found in the Kytabu Kyosk enabled the students to learn and experience a new way of learning through augmented reality. Augmented reality is a form of technology that enhances images as viewed on a screen or other display. This enabled the students to see certain images related to their Biology and Chemistry classes in totally new way.
The day had three sessions which perfectly catered for the 7th to 12th graders. The students were instructed on how to set up some of the equipment such as the element cubes and this ensure that they were fully engaged during the sessions.
The reception and the reactions from not only the students but their students as well was extremely encouraging as it all confirmed the efficacy and relevance of the Kytabu product in the market.