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Camp K12 Launches Hatch Kids: Metaverse & AR/VR Creation Platform

Hatch Kids enables students aged 6-18 to build 3D games, AR/VR apps, and immersive Metaverse experiences without prior coding or design experience

Camp K12, an ed-tech start-up building a global online school for 21st-century skills, today announced the launch of Hatch Kids, it's very own Metaverse and AR/VR creation platform for young learners.

Camp K12 originally built the Hatch Kids platform for use in its own programming courses. Still, after witnessing strong demand from educators and students while working with early partners, it is now opening up the platform for any organisation to use free of cost, along with free AR/VR curriculum modules for teachers to use in the classroom or in online workshops.

Hatch Kids supports all K-12 age groups and experience levels. Younger students and first-time coders can start using a visual, blocks-based programming environment, then graduate to programming advanced 3D applications using JavaScript. Students can instantly publish and share their creations to millions of supported devices, including iPads, smartphones, professional VR headsets, laptops & desktops via a simple QR code scan or a link share.

The team expects 2M+ MAUs by December 2022, powered by both direct-to-student consumption, as well as partnerships with 1500+ schools, ed-tech, and additional government bodies worldwide by year-end.

 


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