Wonderscope

AR app for kids to transform the world into stories.

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Wonderscope is an Augmented Reality app that transforms the screen time to a more active experience for kids.

Reviews
Anshul Dhawan
Maxim Bos
Erin Kane
 
  • Pros: 

    Good graphocs. Interactive.

    Cons: 

    Overpriced stories. Has trouble understand/hearing.

    My child does like this, but the stories are overpriced. Five dollars for a 5min story is to much. Five dollars for a package of three stories is more reasonable.

    Erin Kane has used this product for one week.
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Robert Scoble
Robert Scoble@scobleizer · Chief Strategy Officer
This is so fun. My kids loved it.
Aaron  O'Leary
Aaron O'Leary@aaronoleary · Community @producthunt. Chef.
I wonder how much AR will change children's education? 🤔
Anshul Dhawan
Anshul DhawanHunter@theanshuldhawan · I design games & products
@aaronoleary it definitely opens the doors for more experiential learning, when AR gets more mature with haptic devices, it will completely transform children's education.
Dave Legion
Dave Legion@taxodapp · Tax Slayer
Upvoted - congrats on your launch. Downloading as we speak and excited to test run. Any android on the horizon ?
jake duncan ☕️
jake duncan ☕️@jkdncn · two-way dual-language bilingual educator
I tried this with my almost 2 year old daughter last night, and we loved it. All of these AR apps nearly set my old SE ablaze and kill my battery in about 10 minutes though.
Anshul Dhawan
Anshul DhawanHunter@theanshuldhawan · I design games & products
@jkdncn yeah those surface detection algorithms surely take a lot of compute resources.
Matt Liszt
Matt Liszt@matt_liszt
Been an AR fan for a while. Loved sharing this with my kids who bought-in immediately.