Coloring Book comes To Life through Augmented Reality

Coloring Book comes To Life through Augmented Reality

World’s first
5D colouring book.

Happy Mongo has developed technology that brings the coloring book characters to life. Happy Mongo Doodles allows kids and users to watch their colored pages and their characters stand and wobble on the page. You can see an example in the video below.

Bring Coloring Book to Life

You can see an example in the video above: the elephant’s animating just as they’re being filled on the page itself.

Augmented reality has changed the way kids think. Augmented Reality has been used to bridge the gap between normal coloring books/pages and animated characters, most notably through HAPPY MONGO doodles. To see the best results you have to finish your drawing before generating your 3D character using the companion app.

If Happy mongo technology can make its way to the consumer market and kids around the world, it’ll create another step forward for coloring book technology. Of course, it’s a new addition to your kid’s stay at home learning kit. Its never too early, nor too late to start this up with your children — this kind of bringing art to life is still in its infancy, and it could be a while before you’re shopping for coloring books that have this capability.

Colouring Book lets the children run wild with their imagination. Using different colors and paint the pictures with expressive vibrance. It provides them with a platform to let their creative faculties flow in full swing. Happy Mongo doodles enable them to set their fancy-free and in addition to that its bringing their art to life.

To use Happy Mongo Doodles, Kids (or other curious adults) buy this amazing coloring book available in different volumes and levels. There is a free app to download in parents’ android or apple device. Kids then color in the pages. 

Then they hold up their coloring pages to the app installed with doodles.  The software scans the coloring through the camera. Soon, a 3D image of the drawing shows up in front of the kid. Most features in the picture look like flat paper pop-ups. 3D birds that are animated to stretch and nose around the leaves in the scene. Users can move the drawing or the camera around to view the 3D scene from different angles. 

This is one of the coloring concept and one of its kind for nurturing creative minds. Happy Mongo Doodles is a perfect combo of a coloring book and a free to download app, which brings art to life and gives you a magical experience. This app entices little ones and even the curious adults into the world of colors, as they watch their colored pages come alive in front of them in the form of 3D animations

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Fathers Role around the World

Fathers Role around the World

A Few Reflections on Fathers Day

Father’s Day is when we can reflect on the male role models in our lives and appreciate the lessons learned from their input. Gifts and cards are often given in recognition of the importance of that paternal role.

A Father’s Love

But these days many homes are single-parent families. Fathers may be seen only occasionally. Step-fathers, grandfathers, uncles, neighbors, teachers can all provide valuable guidance. They teach much about those predominately male traits and characteristics.

If a child’s father, their first significant male role model, falls short it can be tough for a child to process. They may become defensive or shut off emotionally, as a means of protecting themselves from further hurt and disappointment.

Or alternatively,

  • may feel compelled to continually strive to do better.
  • Constantly working harder and harder,
  • even react against the situation
  • becoming rebellious and defiant
  • giving the appearance of not caring, but constantly demanding attention nonetheless.

– As a single mother

it’s important to try to avoid sharing negative views and experiences of your ex. Stop coloring your child’s perspective of their father. It may have been a difficult breakup, leaving you feeling hurt, but those emotions are specific to your relationship with your ex-partner. Your joint children deserve to have the best of both of you and have each parent still in their lives as positive a way as possible.

Far better to encourage children to keep in touch with their father, resulting in a happier outcome for all in the longterm. A single mother may feel aggrieved that he’s in a position where he can bribe and buy the children’s affections with lavish gifts and treats, which they gleefully accept! Why wouldn’t they? But children are more insightful than perhaps we give them credit for. They usually know and appreciate the emotional and financial struggles that their mother has, the effort it takes simply to put food on the table each day.

Keep their relationship alive with their father and even if a more ‘wholesome’ male role model is in their lives, an understanding grandfather, uncle, mentor, accept that a child’s dad occupies a unique position for them.

As a separated father

 it’s important not to exacerbate a situation if it’s already fragile or acrimonious. The children are the innocents in this and if they behave badly or play up, accept that it may take time for them to settle and readjust. Try to ensure ongoing liaison with their mother, respect agreed on decisions, keep civil channels of communication open, and do your best to avoid reacting to points of contention.

Let’s reflect on the qualities that are important in a father:

– Physical strength 

provides reassurance to children, who value their father as a guardian, protector, someone who’s healthy and physically fit. They feel safe and secure when they know he’s strong enough to stand up for them and the family.

– Moral values

 matter. Children expect to see their father do ‘the right thing’, have principles, and be fair. Admiring and respecting their father for his integrity, honesty and guidance teach them about having standards and respect for the law and for others.

– Men are increasingly comfortable about expressing their feelings,

showing how much they love and care for their wife and children. Nowadays it’s more acceptable to talk about issues and problems, to discuss how to cope and manage stress. Being able to hug, show love and affection is important. The days of the strong, silent man are fading. Children need to see and learn from their significant male role model how to discuss, compromise and resolve problems satisfactorily.

– Family values

 are learned when they see their father enjoy spending time with them, treating it as a priority, important to him. Children are sensitive to non-verbal cues, sensing disinterest, rejection and mixed messages in a variety of ways. They also notice how he treats their mother and other family members, separated or not. Family values are learned from witnessing relationships at home.

– Respect for others 

is another important lesson. How a father treats other road users, staff, in restaurants and shops, how he addresses the people he meets. Is he deferential, submissive, arrogant, assertive, or pleasant? Good manners, consideration, and appropriate communication styles are important in building positive, successful relationships with others.

– Does father have a good work ethic? 

Being conscientious, fair, and diligent, enjoying his work choices, doing a good job, and finding satisfaction from his efforts all demonstrate a sense of responsibility. Does he respect and care for money, treat the property well, express gratitude and appreciation for what he has whilst having fun and treats? All traits a child will hopefully witness and learn from a father.

Father’s Day

Or Sundays can be a time to reflect on things we’d have done differently too. Fathers are the role models. Many people have memories of less than satisfactory experiences with their father, perhaps witnessing his relationship with work, money, success, areas where they feel he needed to have a better approach. They’ll aim to avoid repeating mistakes that were made with them. After all, we all want to be the best we can be when we come to parent our own children.