The mobile aspect of AR-ithmatic is being used to encourage collaborative driven activities in, or out of, the class room.
Augmented Reality has evolved over the years from Virtual Reality like head gear to Desktops and now mobile devices. This evolution now allows designers the ability to look at ways of implementing 3D objects and animation into a real world context. Prior technologies forced students to crowd around Desktops with little contextual association, now students can immerse themselves into their learning environment with content relatable 3D imagery. This has the potential to foster learning and retention of complex geometry concepts.