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To part from tradition, Yearbook implemented a new AR (Augmented Reality) feature into the Class of 2018 yearbook with an app called “HP Reveal.”

HP Reveal, formerly known as Aurasma, lets users bring printed images into life on their smartphone by scanning the image.

All yearbooks come with watermarks on selected pages that would allow students to scan using the app. Once scanned, the app would present the pictures and videos that couldn’t be printed.

“We saw the app on an instagram post. It featured students going through the yearbook and finding a hilarious video,” said senior Cheri-Ann Inouye, Yearbook Editor in Chief. “We thought it would be fun and different. We wanted to make it one of a kind, and implementing new technologies and advancement into the traditional yearbook.”

The app is free and could be downloaded on the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store, being only available on iOS and Android. The app is expected to work instantly after the yearbook is received.

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