Parker the AR teddy bear teaches children how to be a doctor
By Millyn Lammens -
There's a new addition to the augmented reality medical world and your kids are going to love it!
Seedling has come up with the idea of an augmented reality teddy bear teaching your kids about being a doctor. The augmented reality teddy bear works using an iOS application. It turns the bear into something much more than just a soft friend.
Parker, the augmented reality teddy bear, costs $60 and includes all of its accessories. Looking into the app, kids can cure whatever is going on inside of Parker. They can see into Parker's body and cure the stomach bug and even a sore throat. Users are also able to create magic forests and sea gardens using the augmented reality camera. The best part is that the kids are rewarded for being gentle and kind with Parker. The more they take care of it, the more the bear uses augmented reality to alter the world around them.
Seedling is positive that the augmented reality element will definitely be worth it as it will teach kids empathy and problem solving. To purchase Parker the augmented reality teddy bear, click the logo below.
About Millyn Lammens
Millyn Lammens is the Community Management Intern at healthiAR.com. She is curious about the use of technology to solve complex problems.