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Third-graders from Walland Elementary school had the chance to play with an augmented reality sandbox created by UT. The Daily Times reported that UT geography professor Michael Camponovo recently stopped by the class because they were studying land forms.

The augmented reality sandbox is 4 feet by 3 feet and 10 inches deep, with about 200 points of sand inside. “It’s the most ridiculous amount of fun you can have playing in a sandbox,” said Camponovo.

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