By mid-January, most yearbook staffs have already brainstormed the theme and concept for their 2017 book’s cover, created the artwork and even submitted it. However, that does not mean it is too late to incorporate the exciting world of Yearbook 3D and augmented reality into that same 2017 cover. Walsworth’s visual effects artists and animators…
Most yearbook staffs now have a few months of work behind them, which most likely means your yearbook cover has already been concepted and created. However even if your basic cover design is finished, it’s not too late to still consider adding an extra touch with Walsworth’s Yearbook 3D augmented reality platform. Walsworth Yearbooks is…
Early on, the yearbook staff at Northumberland High School in Heathsville, Virginia, knew they wanted to try using augmented reality with Aurasma in their 2016 book. The catch was, everyone involved knew 2015-16 would be a hectic year. A young staff was working with new yearbook adviser Mike McCormick for the first time. It was…
Yearbook 3D, the free augmented reality mobile app exclusively from Walsworth, is changing the way people look at yearbooks. Yearbook staffs, students and news media are all watching in amazement as Yearbook 3D brings their yearbook to life.
The yearbook staff at J.W. Mitchell High School in New Port Richey, Fla., recently unveiled their 2015 book to students and parents. However this year, they weren’t just distributing their normal dazzling print edition. Thanks to technology from Walsworth Yearbooks, Mitchell was also able to create a digital app version of the 2015 Stampede to…
Watch a replay of the July 31 webinar “Reaching the Next Generation Through Augmented Reality,” which was presented by augmented reality leaders Aurasma and Walsworth Yearbooks.
The webinar was hosted by Laura Kopf, marketing manager at HP Aurasma, and Steve Blair, executive vice president of yearbook sales for Walsworth.
According to a recent article from The Wilton Bulletin, senior yearbook editors Kate Bell and Andrew Lee from Wilton High School in Wilton, Conn., got the opportunity to present Wilton’s 2014 yearbook to their local Board of Education.
The Wilton staff used Walsworth’s Yearbook 3D platform and the Aurasma app to add augmented reality to the 2014 book, and show the school district something it “has never seen before.”
The yearbook staff from A.E. Wright Middle School in Calabasas, Calif., was the latest to enjoy some local news coverage on their 2014 book this week.
The Acorn newspaper paid the school a visit to write about this year’s A.E. Wright book and its use of augmented reality, thanks to Walsworth’s Yearbook 3D platform and the Aurasma app.
The yearbook staff from Polytechnic High School in Riverside, Calif., used Walsworth’s Yearbook 3D platform to make their 2014 book a rich, interactive experience.
As adviser Sid Llera recently told local newspaper The Press Enterprise, “It’s sort of a Harry Potterish kind of book.”
Grafton High School in Grafton, Wis., used the Yearbook 3D platform and the Aurasma app to add some fun, amazing animations to its 2014 yearbook.
Not only did the augmented reality amaze students, but local TV station Fox 6 recently paid the Grafton staff a visit to do a story about this year’s book.