W5Go! Colours App!

W5GO’s Colour episode has been updated!

Included in the update: 

  • MORE COLOURS!
  • Interactive Animations
  • More Words to Learn
  • Augmented Reality Simulation of What uses colour
  • Virtual Reality Simulation of Colours around the Farm
  • Colour Test

Children start to notice colours around the age of 18 months, soon after they start being able to identify textures, shapes, and sizes. Most children are able to name one colour by 36 months, and by the time a child begins kindergarten, they are expected to identify and properly name basic colours (red, blue, green, yellow, orange, purple, black, white, brown, pink).

Colour Identification 

It is important to teach children that colour has no shape or size, it is simply what colour an object is. It can be difficult for some children to differentiate colours, shapes, and sizes as they are learning them all around the same time. In this application, there is a series of treasure hunts that will have the child identify many different objects by their colour.

Wheredoyoufindcolour

This episode aims towards teaching your child the basics of colours. The names, what makes colours, primary colours and how to identify colours. The easiest way for a child to learn and understand concepts is by interactive and repetitive learning, which could prove difficult for adults hearing the same songs, colours and numbers every day. We ensure all of our W5GO episodes are free from advertisement, no internet needed and have no in-app purchases. We make sure your child is having a safe learning experience. Therefore you can feel comfortable letting your child play through and explore our episodes on their own, over and over again until they fully understand the concepts.

How Do We See Colour? 

What makes colours? Your child will learn the basics of how light makes colour. When light is present colour is visible when the light is absent you do not see colour. When light hits an object, the object absorbs some of the light and reflects the rest and that is what you see. This is an interactive activity where the child will be able to adjust the lighting of the scene to visually see how light affects how we see colours.

Primary & Secondary Colours 

Learning the primary colours is a great base for a child to start to understand how colours work. In this episode, we explain what the primary colours are (Red, Yellow and Blue), how they cannot be made and how you can mix them together to create secondary colours.  This is portrayed through a fun animation followed by a paint by an activity where the child will have to colour in images with a selection of Primary or Secondary colours.

Colour_Secondary

Colour Blindness

Within this episode, there is an interactive Ishihara test (Colour Blindness test). By playing through this application with your child, you may be able to help identify any sort of colour identification issues.  It is estimated that 4.5% of the world’s population is colourblind. It is most commonly found among men (1 in 12 males) and is fairly rare in women (1 in 200 females)(Colour Blind Awareness)

Ishihara_plates

Colour blindness is often a genetic condition inherited from their mothers’ side, other conditions such as diabetes and multiple sclerosis can also contribute to a person having colour blindness. People with normal colour vision can see about one million distinct shades of colour, whereas colour blind people see only 5-10% of distinct shades.

It is often difficult to determine if a young child is colourblind or not since they are still learning the colours themselves. There are some signs to look out for such as;

  • Incorrectly identifying the colour of an object
  • Short attention span while practicing colours
  • Issues identifying Green or Red colour spectrums
  • Trouble differentiating coloured texts on a coloured page
  • Eye-Strain while working with colours

Although it is a concern that colour blindness will affect a child later in life, it is not something to worry about. A child is born with this condition and does not know any different than what they see. It may require some attention while in school, but will not be a factor in daily life.

If you suspect your child is colour blind consult a physician for a medical test.

 

Rainbow_SM_blog.png

DOWNLOAD AVAILABLE NOW 

Advertisements

5 ways to Boost a Child’s Confidence

Confidence plays such a large role in being successful! Lack of confidence can lead to paralysis from fear. Fear of failure. Fear of what others think. Fear of the unknown. To succeed, you need the confidence to face and overcome your fears.

Instilling a strong sense of confidence in a child is very important, during their early childhood development. Here are five simple ways to boost your child’s confidence.

1. Give Praise Where Praise is Due

When your child does something right, tell them they’ve done well. Always offer plenty of encouragement but put thought into your compliments.

mom and daughte

If you always tell them they’ve done a good job, your compliments may start to lose it meaning.

Avoid praising them for doing something they are supposed to do, like changing or brushing their teeth before bed. Sometimes a simple “thank you” is all the acknowledgement and praise they need.

They can also pick up on exaggeration fairly easily, saying that their art is the best you’ve ever seen may come across as condescending, they may stop believing your compliments, and will start ignoring you. When giving them a compliment about their work offer specific feedback, instead of saying the painting is beautiful to tell them you like the colours they used in the sky.

2. Help Them Set Goals 

Statistics say 92% of people never achieve their goals. This could be because they have not effectively planed their goals, and when you fail to plan, you plan to fail.

A simple way to start planning a goal is to fill out a SMART sheet.  Fun fact! By writing your goals down you are 42%  more likely to achieve them. When a child achieves their goals their confidence grows, they feel surer of themselves and their abilities. For more information about planning SMART goals click here.

Smart Goals

What goal-setting teaches them:
How to Stay Motivated
Healthy habits
Responsibility
Persistence
Adaptability
Problem-solving
Self-Worth

Is Your Goal SMART?

Specific?
Do you know exactly what you want to achieve?

Measurable?
Can you track your progress? Being able to see progress is a great way to say motivated and stick to your goal.

Attainable?
Is the goal reasonable? Not something too hard such as climbing Mount Everest next Saturday or something to easy like

Relevant?
Is it important to you? Will it help you in the future? Something you are proud of?

Time?
When do you want this goal to be completed by?

3. Be a Positive Role Model of Confidence

 

14056.jpgMonkey see monkey do! Children model themselves from your actions. Our body language and how we talk to others speaks volumes about our own confidence.

Ways to show confidence:

Stand up straight
Smile
Make eye contact
Shake hands
Stand still
Keep your hands out of your pockets.

Children pick up on these subtle body gestures and will imitate your actions. Even if you’re not the most confident person, try and remember these little gestures, and be the best example of confidence for your child.

4. Give them Choices, Stop Controlling, and Start Coaching

289231-P6O0BQ-677Having the power to make your own decisions and choices builds a great sense of self-worth. When asking your child what they would like to do, give them a choice of 2-3 options. For example, What would you like for lunch? Sandwich, Salad or Soup? You control what the options are, so make sure they’re options you are okay with. A child will feel more in control and become more confident in making decisions. 

As a parent, it is your job to guide your child through life, not control their lives. There may be times where you see them making a poor decision, but you need to let them make these choices for themselves. There is so much to learn by making a mistake. Avoid telling them what to do, let them make the mistake, be there to be supportive and help them through their decisions. These are their decisions to make not yours.

Teach resilience. Be their coach, when things get tough, be their cheerleader. When they fail, encourage them to try and try again. Don’t let them give up, remind them of their goals and how much work they have done so far.

Let your child know that anything worth having takes time, practice and hard work. Everything you see around you today took many tries, errors and successes to create.

 

5. Set them up for Success

2906.jpg
Find activities that interest your child. They are more likely to excel in an activity they are genuinely interested in.

If they prefer drawing over playing sports sign them up for art classes and encourage their passion for arts. When a child is successful their confidence blooms.

Give them chores to do around the house. Chores are a great way to teach the value of hard work, teamwork and responsibility. They are a great way to demonstrate how you can achieve something if you put a little effort into it. By seeing a task through from beginning to end, a child can see the importance of hard work and determination to be successful.


Confidence leads to success.
Believe in yourself. Believe in your skills.
And most importantly, believe in your ability to succeed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Teaching Honesty in Children

Honesty is the best policy, as parents, we need to do our best to teach our children the importance of being honest. Although at times this may seem like a challenge, and sometimes silence is better than honesty, we must try and direct their moral compass and teach them how to be honest.

There are many reasons why children lie:

  • Fear of upsetting someone
  • To get what they want
  • To “fit in”
  • For attention
  • To make stories more interesting
  • Mimicking Parents
  • To get out of doing something they don’t want to do


How to Encourage Honesty

Praise honesty & reward the truth 

As parents, we are often quick to scold. Sometimes we aren’t always so quick to praise. Reward honesty with praise and hugs, thank them for being honest. Use words such as, “I’m really glad you told me the truth. I like it when you’re honest.” It will build self-confidence and reinforce the positive behaviour.

Father surprising her son with a present

Think about their point of view

Toddlers often lie because they have trouble differentiating between reality and imagination. In a toddler’s mind, when they pick up a crayon and colour on your walls, they are making you a pretty picture. When in reality, they just drew all over your walls. When confronting them you have to take in their perspective, they did not know or mean any harm.

Listen more than you talk

All children want to do is make you proud and do the right thing, you’re their biggest role model and they look to you for reassurance. We all want our children to be perfect but sometimes you need to give them the freedom to make their own mistakes. They will learn from these experiences and

Always give them the option, to tell the truth.

Confront them in a calm matter

As a parent, it is your job to teach them that this lying is not acceptable, and this needs to be taught in a positive way. Instead of saying “Who coloured on the wall!” when they obviously coloured on the wall, say “what a nice drawing, but you are not supposed to draw on the walls. Here help me clean this up.”

Children are more likely to admit the truth when they feel they have not disappointed you and will not be judged for it.

Never call your child a liar, negative labels can harm self-esteem and lead to a negative self-image. Also, try not to bring up past occurrences “This is the third time you’ve lied about this”. You have already had a discussion about the previous lie, there is no point in bringing it up again. Live in the present and deal with the present.

Muslim mom teaching daughter how to wear a Hijab

Set a good example

You are their biggest role model they look to you for everything, so it only makes sense that you have to be on your best behaviour too. When they see you call in sick but then go to the beach, they assume that is good behaviour.

A very important character trait a person can possess is keeping and following through on their promises. This is a trait everyone can value, but unfortunately, not everyone has. Trust doesn’t come naturally it has to be earned, teach your children to be people who consider their word is gold. When they give their word, they won’t break it.

Create an open conversation 

A child will feel more comfortable telling the truth if they feel comfortable with talking to you. If they feel as though they are going to be punished for what they did they will be more likely to lie.

Research has found that kids who are punished for lying are more likely to lie in the future than those kids who are guided towards the reasons why it’s important, to tell the truth. In a study involving 372 kids between 4 and 8, researchers found that kids were more likely to lie when they were threatened with being punished, and more likely to tell the truth when they thought it would make an adult happy with them. They are learning whether or not they can trust you. It takes courage and strength to tell the truth.



BOOKS ABOUT HONESTY

THE EMPTY POT

the-empty-potSet in China, an Emperor is looking for an heir, since he has a passion for flowers he decides that he will give the children a task to grow a flower and from that, he will choose his heir. A child named Ping who has a passion for flowers jumps for joy at this challenge. He plants his seeds and tends to his flower every day hoping it would grow. A year passes and nothing has grown he must face present the emperor an empty pot. 


THE BOY WHO CRIED WOLF

CryWolf
“Nothing ever happens here,” the shepherd thinks. But the bored boy knows what would be exciting: He cries that a wolf is after his sheep, and the town’s people come running. How often can that trick work, though?

 

BETTY BUNNY DIDN’T DO IT 

betty bunny
When Betty Bunny breaks a lamp, she has a brand-new idea: Blame it on someone else (like the Tooth Fairy)! Then a vase gets broken and Betty Bunny really didn’t do it. But now no one in her family believes her. Honest lies, white lies, crying wolf—how can one four-year-old figure out the right thing to do?

BEING FRANK

Being FrankFrank follows the motto, “Honesty is the best policy.” He tells the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. Frank never lies to his schoolmates, he always tells the truth to adults, and he’s always honest with police officers. The balancing act of finding tact, that fine line between telling the truth and telling too much truth, is the main theme of this story, and it’s very funny—although not necessarily to his friend Dotti whose freckles remind Frank of the Big Dipper, or to the teacher who hears that her breath smells like onions, or to the principal who is told that his toupee looks like a weasel. No one is quite as impressed with Frank’s honesty as he thinks they should be. He is sweet and straightforward, and, well, very frank, but with everyone annoyed at him, Frank is now honestly unhappy. He decides to visit his confidante and pal, Grandpa Ernest, who has a history of frankness himself. With a few lessons from Grandpa, Frank begins to understand that the truth is important, but so is not being hurtful. With amusing characters and expressive artwork, this story tells the powerful message of finding the good in everything—a lesson that sends compassion and understanding to take the place of rudeness in the complex concept of truth.

What can you learn from the Greetings Episode?

W5GO Greetings! 

Learning about culture and diversity is very important in this rapidly growing world. Teaching your child some friendly greetings in other languages will give them the knowledge of how to welcome others from different cultures.

Speaking another language yields so many benefits. Starting to learn another language at a younger age can be easier, as the child’s mind is like a sponge constantly learning new things.

This episode teaches the who, what, where, when and whys of greetings. In a virtual playground, your child will be able to interact with children from cultures around the world.  They will say hello to your child in their native language, teaching them the pronunciation, and spelling.

Greetings1


Saying a Hello is only one part of greeting someone. The way you approach people in different cultures can very different compared to your own. Shown through fun animations, we demonstrate how some cultures say hello with a handshake, nose bump, high-fives and so on. Learn various formal and informal greetings from world leaders such as the Obama’s and the Queen.

Greetings2


Throughout an Augmented Reality (AR) simulation, an animated globe will appear where you will learn “Where in the World” do they say that. Accompanied by music from the specific area, a postcard will appear explaining how the people of that region greet each other.  This is a visual display of where the country is located, helping with geography.  By using visual aids a child will be able to identify the country on the globe, know what language they speak, how to say hello and what gestures they use to say hello and goodbye. This opens your child up to a would of cultural understanding and

Spain

 

Your child will also learn the time of day greetings such as “good morning” “good afternoon” and “good night”. In this scene, AR (Augmented Reality) bubbles with an image of a flag that will appear. Once they click on the bubbles it will say how to pronounce the word, what language and what it means.

 

DOWNLOAD AVAILABLE NOW 

Learn about culture! Celebrate diversity!

512A_Icon

 

 

Google Play Store

Apple App Store

SlideMe

 

 

 

            Visit www.w5go.com  for more fun educational mobile apps!

apps

W5Go focuses on creating virtual environments for children to learn, explore and use their imagination in the safety of their own home.  With so many advancements in technology is it important for children to have an even balance of traditional learning and new mobile learning.

Most of our applications are VR (Virtual Reality) and AR (Augmented Reality) enabled. Since this technology is becoming such a large part of everyday life, experiencing this technology from a young age is very beneficial, and our applications are meant to complement a child’s traditional education.

Our goal is to create a collection of immersive educational applications available for everyone. All of our applications are free to download, free from advertisements, no internet required and do not have any in-app purchases.

W5GO is a social edification project bought to you by Ecocarrier.

Have suggestions on how we can improve our apps or ideas for future episodes?

Contact us at w5go.official@gmail.com 

Or follow us on social media to stay up to date with our latest episodes!

 

What is W5Go?

W5Go is part of a social edification project bought to you by QiiQ.

Our goal is to create a large collection of immersive educational applications that are available for everyone. Throughout the applications, we aim to help children learn English, by teaching 20+ words in every application. The best way to learn a language is through immersion, we introduce English through voice-over, graphics, and text.   All of our applications are free to download, free from advertisements, no internet required and do not have any in-app purchases.

Addition_Subtraction.png

All of our episodes are geared towards children aged 3-7. With bright colourful and graphics, we want children to learn English and simples concepts such as proper hygiene, through a fun interactive environment. We want to encourage children to use their imagination, explore and have fun while learning!

We believe that any topic can be taught to a child, by simply breaking it down into the five W’s (Who, What, Where, When and Why).  We want to encourage children to always ask the five W’s. When they question how things work and ask “why not” or “what if” they are constantly learning and embracing creativity. In all of our episodes, we go through the five W’s and let the child guess what the answers could be before explaining.

Why AR/ VR Technology?

character-snorkel


W5Go focuses on creating virtual environments for children to learn, explore and use their imagination in the safety of their own home.  With so many advancements in technology is it important for children to have an even balance of traditional learning and new mobile learning.

Our applications are VR (Virtual Reality) and AR (Augmented Reality) enabled. Since this technology is becoming such a large part of everyday life, experiencing this technology from a young age is very beneficial, and our applications are meant to complement a child’s traditional education.

Water2.png

What advantages does W5GO™ offer?

Resourcefulness – it is a properly researched selection of essential information on important topics for the upbringing of a child

Availability – the information and learning materials are readily available to the child on demand with the use of a Smartphone

Evolution – W5Go Project subscribes to the Wiki notion for collaborative development. Teachers and specialists in child education are invited to give us feedback and to contribute to the development of W5Go Project.

Currently, we have 14 applications available across several platforms. All are free to download, free from advertisements, no internet required and have no in-app purchases.  Our vision is to create 100 episodes “Chapters” of W5Go so that children everywhere have the chance to learn English and experience AR/VR technology.


 

apps

 

DOWNLOAD 

W5Go Google Play Store

W5Go Apples App Store

W5Go SlideMe

Our lessons: 

Forest Venture through a virtual forest where you will learn about; seasons, sounds, animals, colours, photosynthesis, and hemispheres.

Greetings:  Explore the world in VR/AR. Learn basic formal and informal greetings from around the world, time of day greetings and experience other cultures.

Books & Reading:  There are many different kinds of books, learn the different genres of books, basic spelling and go on a choose your own storybook adventure.

Music:  What makes music? Learn about instruments, notes and where music can come from.

Colour:  Learn about the primary colours, the colours of the rainbow, what colours are used for, how light makes colour and when we want to be colourful.

Time: This episode you will learn how to tell time, what we use time for and the general concept of time.

Digits:  Learn digits from 1-10 and multiples of 10-100.

Applus: Interactive math game. Gather the apples to reach the targeted number.

AR Dollhouse:  Stylize your own AR Dollhouse. Learn basic organizational skills, where to place objects within a house.

Imagination:  What is imagination? Learn how to think outside the box and see where your imagination can take you.

Water:  Learn what makes water (H2O), where we find water, who uses water and the importance of water.

Addition & Subtraction:  Basic addition and subtraction with numbers 1-10. Uses fun interactive examples such as cupcakes as visual aids to help see the addition and subtraction.

Noise: Discover what noise is and how your ears are affected by it.

Dialogue: What is dialogue?  This episode features a conversation with grandparents who will teach them about the importance of hygiene.


Have suggestions on how we can improve our apps or ideas for future episodes?

Contact us at w5go.official@gmail.com 

Or follow us on social media to stay up to date with our latest episodes!

 

What Feeds the Seeking and Curious Mind of the Very Young

books-reading-bannerAR/VR/MR for Social Edification

What, Why, When, Where Who / Whom are for asking questions in the pursuit of answers to understand the observation and the situation of daily living.
They are the 5W-s or W5.

What if and Why Not are for digging deeper into the answers we first get and to probe into what is apparent and for firing up the imagination and the passion for further pursuit. These are the elements of learning. It is true of all people and peoples and especially the very young.

IMG_0161.png

The seeking and curious mind of the very young is a precious space and time that should be occupied with knowledge, experience, and imagination that set them in good stead in dealing with and overcoming the challenges of life as they grow,

The curious mind raises questions relative to

  • observation of physical things, such as water, colors, forests, books and musical instruments etc.
  • observation of experiential situations such as reading a book, playing a musical instrument, a noisy environment, a walk in a forest, people greeting one another etc.
  • observation of mention of abstract notions such as time, digits, subtraction, addition, imagination, cleanliness, attitude, bullying etc.

IMG_0156.pngThe child with such questions would love to pose them to someone they trust to provide them with good answers and an explanation of facts and figures. Learning occurs when there is such interaction for Question and Answer in a dialogue.

But not all children have the opportunity to find themselves in places and circumstances for making the various observations due to constraints which may be economic, geographical, cultural, political or a matter of space and time.

Such lack of opportunity can be sufficiently overcome with the use of apps and games that are purpose-designed to introduce the child to things physical, experiential situations and abstract notions with the application of

  • computer graphics,
  • augmented reality (AR) production,
  • virtual reality (VR) production and even
  • Mixed Reality (MR) production

to present physical objects, portray experimental situations, explain and illustrate abstract notions.

That is exactly what W5GO apps and games have attempted to do and so far they have proven to be rather good at it.

W5GO™
 is a Social Project by Ecocarrier Inc. to develop AR/VR/MR-enabled apps and games that are fun, entertaining, informative and a way for learning English words and expressions by natural absorption or osmosis for preschoolers and kindergarten children. It is a part of Ecocarrier for Social Edification, a category that consists of projects for developing and engendering social good. It proposes to achieve two broad objectives, namely

  • to raise the digital consciousness of the general population beginning with the very young
  • to build or influence the making of a kinder, more equitable and more enlightened society

W5GO™ now consists of 16 apps (episodes) and games. A few more are in the pipeline soon to be released and a lot more are in the plan for development including a series that is to be purpose-designed to cater to children living on the autistic spectrum.

AR enabled Interactive Learning Apps Games for Kids W5Go™ (1)

All episodes are on themes that are enduringly relevant in all time in terms of facts and values for their contents.

Currently published and available for free downloads in both iOS and Android versions are episodes and games on

The episodes and games are constantly evolving and improving in contents and quality in terms of technical excellence and construction and design engineering for effective and efficient propagation through social media. Upgrades are being releases for existing episodes and games from time to time. W5GO Project subscribes to the WiKi notion of crowdsourcing and crowd-nurturing for the development efforts.  W5GO+ or W5GO Supplements address this aspect of the W5GO Project.

W5GO+ is a service platform to be launched in Q3 2018 for fostering a community of digital graphics artists and writers of all ages but especially the youth to contribute to the enrichment of contents and promotion of existing themes of W5GO episodes of apps and games  in the form of video clips with narratives in the form of texts, voice-over and audio.

W5GO+ will engender organic growth and propagation of the W5GO project for promoting digital learning by children and youth and the yet-to-be-digital part of the population at large.

Ecocarrier Inc. seeks cooperation with specialists in childhood education and experts on special education for children for advice in the development and improvement of the W5GO episodes and games in their contents.

Please address all communication on W5GO Project to Carl KS Teo at carl@ecocarrier.com

About Ecocarrier Inc.  www.ecocarrier.com

Ecocarrier is an OTT and an established business operation in wholesale carrier voice service provision providing call termination service to Tier-1 operators and Tier-2 wholesale service providers. Ecocarrier carries daily 1 million+ minutes to some 25 countries largely in Africa and the Middle East.

Ecocarrier Digital is a division of Ecocarrier in the digital service business,

Ecocarrier’s main focus in B2B and B2B2C space is in offering AR/VR/MR solutions as cloud-based managed services and the apps relative to the services in the following commerce and market space:

Ecocarrier for Social Edification’s main focus in the CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) space is in offering apps and games that are purpose-designed

  1. to raise the digital consciousness of the general public with apps and games

for pre-schoolers of all ethnicity and people of all ages whose first language is not English with

W5GO apps (episodes) and games   www.w5go.com

PPIXXELLS www.ppixxells.com and DIY AR/VR Production  www.vive-ar.com and www.qiiq-vr.com

  1. to build or influence the making of a kinder, more equitable and more enlightened society through
  1. the promotion of MRESENCE as a cloud-based service platform www.mresence.com  for the provision of services to the general public across the world for
    • Remote Collaboration
    • TeleMedicine
    • TeleHealth
    • Online Distance Learning
    • TeleConference
    • TeleMeetUp etc.
  1. The promotion of PizzzAR as a cloud-based service platform for Mobile Digital Advertising and Promotion Campaigns as a Bridge from the Traditional Print Media mode of advertising business operation to a Mobile Digital mode of advertising operation.

The Bridge enables the Traditional Print Media Businesses to provide Mobile Digital Media advertising and promotion services to their advertisers without any additional investment in capital expenditure nor operation expenditure.

Such a lifeline saves the Traditional Print Media Businesses from imminent demise due to the loss of advertising revenue to the competitions offering On-line Advertising and Mobile Digital Advertising.

The corollary to such an outcome is that the people who are currently employed in the Traditional Print Media Businesses will have continued employment and be able to maintain a reasonably fulfilling livelihood.

  1. to address many (10+) of the 17 UN SDG (Sustainable Development Goals)

Ecoacrrier for Social Edification projects severally address various UN SDGs or goals:

W5GO apps and games www.w5go.com address Quality Education, Gender Equality, Peace Justice and Strong Institutions

PPIXXELLS www.ppixxells.com addresses Quality Education, Good Health & Well Being, Gender Equality

MRESENCE www.mresence.com addresses Good Health & Well Being, Decent Work & Economic Growth, Industry Innovation & Infrastructure, Sustainable Cities & Communities, Climate Change, Life on Land and Life Under Water.

PizzzAR www.pizzzar.com addresses Poverty, Climate Change, Decent Work & Economic Growth, and also Clean Water & Sanitation

W5GO episodes/apps and games and PPIXXELLS services raise the digital consciousness of the general population starting with the very young. PPIXXELLS serves as a recreation center for people of all ages for digital education and entertainment for Good Health & Wellbeing

PizzzAR™ Digital Platform AR enabled Interactive Advertising

PizzzAR provides a bridge from the Traditional Media business to Mobile Digital Media business and in so doing saves jobs/employment positions and foster economic growth. It greatly reduces the use of paper, saves trees and greatly reduces the use of inks and thus help preserves clean water and sanitation.

3 MRESENCE in Operation Presence in Mixed Reality YouTube

MRESENCE in its application in TeleMedicine and Collaboration operation in Mixed Reality greatly reduces the need of travel (air as well as over-land) and thus significantly reduce the burning of hydrocarbon and thereby reduces the production of Carbon Dioxide that contributes to climate change and the production of Carbonic Acid that goes into the seas and oceans and causes the pH level of the water in them to fall below 7 and the resultant acidic condition that kills the corals and creatures in the sea and ocean.

The Social Edification projects are being propagated through a network of strategic partners as master resellers, distributors in countries worldwide. This mode of business organization addresses the UN SDG ” Partnerships for the goals”. It is crowdsourcing, for distribution and propagation in a sharing economy.