Our work of making models was devided in two steps:
Step 1: Minecraft (Virtual Reality)
The students downloaded the Microsoft Education version of Minecraft: https://education.minecraft.net/de-de/get-started/download and created models of
1. a farm near Lodi with organic food (Cascina Bordonazza)
2. Lake Kirkini in Greece
3. a Vienna coffeehouse (Kaffee Central)
4. pottery from Cluj (handmade)
5. famous bridges in Amarante (Portugal) as an examble of the beautiful architecture
6. Prohodna Cave in Lovech
Step 2: Areeka (Augmented Reality with the cell phone)
If you want to turn the Microsoft models into a real augmented reality, you need Areeka as a program:
One creates an Areeka Studio profile on the following page: https://studio.areeka.net/#/home. After that you can insert the 3D models.
An implementation in Areeka works as follows, as our first Austrian coordinator Thomas explains in a Youtube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZhEPl0wckDM. In this video you can watch general work progress of students: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYC1T9Kn8rk.