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Myanmar edutech startup 360ed wins Nikkei products award

AR on smartphones fills gap for kid's opportunity to learn

Myanmar startup 360ed developed an education app for smartphones using augmented reality technology. (Photo by Yuichi Nitta)

YANGON -- An app developed in Myanmar that uses augmented reality to help change the way people learn in one of the poorest countries in Southeast Asia is this year’s winner of the Nikkei Asian Review Award for Excellence.

360ed's AR Flashcards and Learning Apps are products using augmented reality (AR) technology. The package of each app contains several dozen flashcards for learning.

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