Aurasma Tutorial: Multiple Overlays On A Single Trigger Image

Here are a couple Aurasma related video walk-throughs. The first shows showing what a multiple overlay aura will look like via Aurasma and the second shows any Aurasma user how to embed multiple overlays on a single trigger image in Aurasma Studio. Using multiple overlays on a single trigger image allows users to explore several aspects of a single topic or unit.

Add a Google doc or link to your Moodle/Blackboard/Angel page with its own open ended questions, essay questions, or a tasks can add even more depth to this project. Student can also make their own multiple overlays as a stand in for those boring power point presentations.

About Thrasymachus

2013 Northwest ISD teacher of the year, Humanities Texas 2012 Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award, and 2011 Outstanding Educator of North Texas Award (North Central Texas College). I'm currently a Regional Digital Learning Consultant with the Education Service Center Region 11 in Ft. Worth, Texas and a college government educator who incorporates philosophy, technology & humor. A student through and through, I walk with my students in their learning. Most importantly, I'm blessed with the 3 most perfect kids eva! I love on them ery day!!!
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3 Responses to Aurasma Tutorial: Multiple Overlays On A Single Trigger Image

  1. Thanks so much for this tutorial! I was just wondering a couple of days ago if there was a way to do this, and stumbled upon your post! I can’t wait to try it out!

  2. Moshe Rosenberg says:

    Just began to use Aurasma ambitiously with the students of my school and am very grateful for this technique. I’ve found my way, but it hasn’t been simple. Would be happy for references to what you see as the best tutorials. The new interface also adds a layer of confusion…

  3. Hi, I just wanted to know if the Aurasma interface you were using here was a premium account one or maybe an previous one from 2013… Aurasma’s interface has changed a lot since then and seems to have fewer options! Currently I can’t seem to find a way to schedule when overlays should function (i.e. time frame, days of the week, etc.). How can I go about that using the current version? Thank you

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