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29 Nov 2020

Manchester company partnering with Mystic Aquarium to reach young audiences remotely

“We’re trying to engage young people on issues related to conservation,” Coan said. “ARSOME had a really good understanding of educational development. Part of it is that they are younger and understand where kids are at, and the information technology is user friendly.”


By : HARTFORD COURANT

1 Dec 2020

Mystic Aquarium Partners With Manchester-Based AR Firm To Reach Young Audiences Remotely

The Mystic Aquarium has collaborated with an emerging AR technology firm on a program that they hope will popularize their brand amidst the global pandemic and in a post-COVID era. The duo has been working together for nearly a year on “Animal Heroes”. It is a monthly subscription box that provides customers the collective knowledge of the Aquarium’s programs through apps.

By : IMMERSIVE TECHNOLOGY

16 May 2020

ARSOME Technology & Connecticut Author Launch Augmented Reality Children's Book Series Focused On Awareness About Physical, Social, Emotional Challenges Among Children

The address the public and private school closures in, ARSOME Technology Group Manchester, CT, and Brooke Aiello, the Author and Illustrator of Tolerance Tykes, launched an augmented reality version of the series, aimed to promote diversity and inclusion in and out of the classroom.

By : Business Insider

11 Aug 2020

Manchester-based company develops augmented reality apps to help with distance learning

A recent survey published by Educators for Excellence is shedding light on the challenges educators across the country are facing as schooling goes virtual. Almost half of all teachers who were polled said that low student engagement was a very serious concern in the implementation of distance learning. Now, Manchester-based ARSOME Technology is .....

By : FOX61

19 July 2019

Professor and Alumnus Join Forces in Augmented Reality Venture

When Eastern students graduate, they often stay in touch with faculty via e-mail. Benjamin Williams ’15, chief executive officer of ARSOME Technology Group, a Manchester-based software company specializing in augmented reality (AR), went one step further. He went into business with his former Eastern instructor.
By : Eastern Connecticut State University

04 Feb 2020

Improving health literacy

Nearly 40% of Americans have poor health literacy. New free technology is helping educate patients. Chief executive officer Benjamin Williams and chief innovation officer and co-founder David Oyanadel of ARSOME Technology group explain how it works. Founded in 2016 by a former college student and his professor at Eastern Connecticut State University, ARSOME Technology Group is a Manchester based award winning global firm that offers Augmented Reality.
By : Nwes 8, New Haven

27 May 2019

Millennial entrepreneur Williams testing market for augmented reality

Benjamin Williams was sitting in the living room of his friend and former professor David Oyanadel’s house a few years ago when they came across a YouTube video of someone flipping through a dinosaur coloring book on a tablet computer.
By : Hartford Business Journal

15 June 2018

I Spent the Day with a Digital Ben Franklin

The app supplements the wax people-viewing experience inside the museum with little animations that pop up when you point your smartphone at its various exhibits. I’m sure it’s a lot of fun for the entire family to enjoy. Since it opened next to City Hall last summer, the Dreamland Wax Museum has specialized in bringing historical figures and celebrities to life with, well, wax.
By : Boston Magazine