Hello, everyone! It's been a while, and today we're back with a big good news – especially for teachers and students.

We're glad to announce that Assemblr EDU is now LIVE! The mobile application, which can be downloaded for free on the App Store and Play Store, is a special version of Assemblr intended for teachers and students who want to make interactive learning in class using 3D and Augmented Reality (AR) technology.

"Assemblr EDU is a platform that helps teachers and parents present more engaging lessons. Aside from that, students and children can create and express their ideas through this exciting digital media as well," explained Anita Yustisia, the Chief Creative Officer of Assemblr who also leads Assemblr’s education team itself.

In this amazing app, Assemblr EDU users can access dozens of curated educational contents, updated regularly, and lesson plans specially designed for learning activities at school. These contents are provided in the form of 3D images and animations that can be used to explain various lessons in class.

In addition, there is an ‘Editor’ feature where teachers can create their own AR educational contents. This feature is provided for teachers who want to get more creative and innovative in developing materials that have not yet been provided by Assemblr.

This release marks Assemblr's further dedication in the education sector. Earlier this year, Assemblr had launched Assemblr EDU account program for the first time at BETT 2020 London. With an Assemblr EDU account and app, teachers can set up virtual classes for their students and manage them according to subjects. This allows both teachers and students to share lessons and collect AR projects in one place inside the app.

"We hope Assemblr EDU can be used by schools, teachers, parents and students so that they can teach and learn interactively using AR technology. Especially in the midst of this pandemic, we hope Assemblr EDU can be the go-to learning tool that allows students and teachers to have more effective learning activities even outside of the classroom," concluded Anita.