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Holographic AR Summer Camp

Students will learn from top experts in the field to create and program their own holographic augmented reality projects.

Camp Info

Contact Info:
Our Summer Camp Address:
  • 20380 Town Center Lane, Cupertino, CA 95014
Our Classes' Opening Time:
Morning Class: 9:00AM - 12:00PM
Afternoon Class: 1:30AM - 4:30PM
14 - 17 years old   (Entering 8th - 11th grades)
  • July 30 - August 3
    Space Morning Class   9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • July 30 - August 3
    Space Afternoon Class   1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
  • August 6 - August 10
    Nature Morning Class   9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • August 6 - August 10
    Nature Afternoon Class   1:30 PM - 4:30 PM

About the Camp

Integem Summer Camp enables students to learn, create and enjoy their own holographic augmented reality projects.Every student will create his/her own individual holographic augmented reality projects. And students will work in groups to do brainstorming, presentation, design review/discussion, cretics, and user experience testing, etc..

In the summer camp, students will learn creative thinking, science, engineering, art, UI/UX and design thinking process to create and program their own Augmented Reality projects. No previous experience or background about augmented reality is needed.

Our teachers are key architect/engineer, art designer, and UI/UX designer at Integem who created our holographic augmented reality platform.

Our summer camp curriculums are professionally designed for our students. It is intrinsically fun. It is designed to motivate students to learn science and engineering, and create their own augmented world to explore their imagination and knowledge. It helps the students to creatively communicate themselves to others through augmented reality.




Key Learning Points

  • Design AR projects
  • Creative thinking
  • Design thinking
  • UI/UX
  • Interactive storytelling
  • Digital art and animation
  • Logic
  • Visual communication
  • Collaboration
  • Problem solving
  • STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering, and math
  • Empathy
  • Fun

Learning Styles

  • Project-based Learning:

Students will have hands-on experience with Holographic AR, and many of the skillsets and knowledge learned will occur through fun, visual experiences rather than more traditional worksheets and principles. Children will implicitly master a combination of key learning points while actively experiencing their creative stories.

Students will participate in fun activities in which they have the opportunity to share their storyboards and creations. Participants will learn from the creations of others, and will showcase their own works in a supportive environment.

Students will collaborate on many ideas and designs and will work in groups to facilitate user experience research. Students will give each other feedback on individual designs and will try out other designs. This collaborative learning will teach participants the core values of team work.

Camp classes will be structured in a supportive environment that fosters safe, secure learning. With a small student to teacher ratio, students will receive ample attention from instructors and will feel engaged, connected, and inspired to share their ideas and designs.

Students will learn multiple strategies to complete an AR project. Based on each creation a student wishes to create, he or she will learn the necessary strategies and steps to complete their end goal. Participants will begin viewing problems from multiple viewpoints.

Students will be encouraged to look at their storyboards and projects from many series of options, choices, and results. Participants will look at their creations through a “user mindset,” in which participants place their mentalities into the thoughts of a user. This type of thinking inspires learning from the different perspectives of dissimilar people.

Learning Styles

  • Project-based Learning:

Students will have hands-on experience with AR, and many of the skillsets and knowledge learned will occur through fun, visual experiences rather than more traditional worksheets and principles. Children will implicitly master a combination of key learning points while actively experiencing their creative stories.

Students will participate in fun activities in which they have the opportunity to share their storyboards and creations. Participants will learn from the creations of others, and will showcase their own works in a supportive environment.

Students will collaborate on many ideas and designs and will work in groups to facilitate user experience research. Students will give each other feedback on individual designs and will try out other designs. This collaborative learning will teach participants the core values of team work.

Camp classes will be structured in a supportive environment that fosters safe, secure learning. With a small student to teacher ratio, students will receive ample attention from instructors and will feel engaged, connected, and inspired to share their ideas and designs.

Students will learn multiple strategies to complete an AR project. Based on each creation a student wishes to create, he or she will learn the necessary strategies and steps to complete their end goal. Participants will begin viewing problems from multiple viewpoints.

Students will be encouraged to look at their storyboards and projects from many series of options, choices, and results. Participants will look at their creations through a “user mindset,” in which participants place their mentalities into the thoughts of a user. This type of thinking inspires learning from the different perspectives of dissimilar people.

Advanced Study Opportunities

  • For Excellent Designs:
    Students who show excellent growth and adept skill in AR may have opportunities to showcase designs to thousands of viewers and families
  • For Prospective Careers:
    Students who wish to pursue a future in AR may have opportunities for advanced study and co-authoring research papers for publication

Space Exploration

Students will learn about science and engineering of space exploration, and holographic augmented reality. Students will create their own holographic augmented reality projects to perform interactive space exploration. They will learn to incorporate user-centric designs, basic concepts of digital art and animation in to their own AR creation.

14-17 years old
Summer Camp Dates:
July 30 - August 3  Morning Class
July 30 - August 3  Afternoon Class

Nature Exploration

Students will learn about science and engineering of nature exploration and holographic augmented reality. Students will create their own holographic augmented reality projects to perform interactive nature exploration. They will learn to incorporate user-centric designs, basic concepts of digital art and animation in to their own AR creation.

14-17 years old
Summer Camp Dates:
August 6 - August 10 Morning Class
August 6 - August 10 Afternoon Class

Our Team







Meet Our Expert Team

Our teachers and curriculum developers are highly qualified in their respective fields.

AR Creation and Engineering:
The lead teacher and curriculum developer is the CEO and Founder of Integem, Dr. Eliza Du. Previously a professor at U.S. Naval Academy and a tenured processor and Ph.D. supervisor at Purdue University, she holds over fifteen years of teaching experience. Dr. Du has published over 100 peer-reviewed research papers in top-tier international journals and conferences, applied over 30 patents, and received the top US Young Scientist Award (ONR YIP) in 2007. Dr. Lin and Dr. Mao will support Dr. Du in teaching and curriculum development.

Digital Art and AR Animation:
The lead teacher and curriculum developer is Mr. Hiroshi Kunikata. Kunikata previously worked as an animator for professional game development. His designs have been released in published titles in Xbox, Playstation, Wii and PC games.

UI/UX Design:
The lead teacher and curriculum developer for the user centric-based design is Ms. Jane Liu. Liu holds a Master’s degree in UI/UX Design.

Daily Schedule

Morning Classes

9:00-10:20
Learning about Augmented Reality, and how to create augmented reality projects, and related engineering, math and science, questions and answers.
10:20-10:40
Recess (campers bring snacks)
10:40-12:00
Digital Arts and animation / Design thinking and user experience, Test and Debug AR projects



Afternoon Classes

1:30-2:50
Learning about Augmented Reality, and how to create augmented reality projects, and related engineering, math and science, questions and answers.
2:50-3:10
Recess (campers bring snacks)
3:10-4:30
Digital Arts and animation / Design thinking and user experience, Test and Debug AR projects

Our Prices

Register Price
1 Week $250
2 Weeks $475 Save $25
Register 2 or more children Save 5% of total bill.

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We are located at 20380 Town Center Lane, Cupertino, CA 95014