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Visualised learning for Gen Z

Huntsville Alabama’s new classroom looks like something out of a video game. The school’s Situated Multimedia Arts Learning Laboratory uses gaming and motion-sensor technology to capture kids' movements in 3D, aiming to get them learning with their entire bodies.

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