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Hololens in education?

I am a Middle School teacher and a beginner in using Sketch Up with my students. I came across this site and would be very much interested in finding ways to use the Hololens with Sketch Up with my students. My students are already excited about using Sketch Up for their Project Based Learning projects and using a Hololens would certainly take their designs to a whole new level of creativity and possibilities.

I was wondering if there are other educators out there that might be using it with their students yet?


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    Hello @ayoshimi Last week was computer science week and I took two pair of holoLens to a couple different local schools. The majority of the students were in 4th grade and they really enjoyed the Galaxy Explorer app. When Paint 3D comes out it "should" be really easy to import 3D creations into the HoloLens which could be really awesome.

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