In 2008, HIT Lab NZ released the initial version of BuildAR, which provides the basic functionality required to construct augmented reality scenes. You can load a single 3D model onto each marker, and arrange the models using the graphical editing tools or the simple user interface. This version of BuildAR has continues to be free for non-commercial use
A blog maintained by a teacher who uses technology and especially robots in her Computer Lab at this K-8 school.
Online course notes for a college class but still could be used for teaching younger students. Very nicely done!
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Excellent video on how an LCD monitor works. From Bill Hammack, the Engineer Guy.
Also one one on hard drives
Excellent site with good info on computer history.