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    The Parent Show: Will Augmented Reality Be Our Kids’ Reality?

    by Courtney Lowery Cowgill
    August 3, 2011

    This week on MediaShift, we’re running a special series exploring the relationship between kids and media. In that vein, the following video from our partners at PBS Parents looks into augmented reality and what that means for kids.

    In this episode of The Parent Show, Angela Santomero (the creator of “Blue’s Clues” and “Super Why?”), talks with PBS Kids’ Jeremy Roberts about the possibilities of augmented reality.

    Watch the full episode. See more The Parent Show.

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