What does AR stand for? AR stands for augmented reality.
What is the Pokemon Go AR library Orientation? This “orientation” allows students, through use of an app on their own devices or through checking out one of ours, to walk through the library, with a provided map, finding videos throughout the library that will teach them about varying services we provide and basics of finding information.
What if I can’t download the app? Please click on our "Can't get the app." tab to take the tour.
The app is not triggering the images? Make sure to login to CPPLibraryGo with the password: cpplibrary. If problems still persist restart the device.
How long will the Library Orientation take? From start to finish the Library Orientation can take up to 30 minutes but students can take as long as they want on their own. It doesn't have to be completed in one visit to the library.
Still having trouble? Contact a librarian by phone or email:
Kai Alexis Smith (909) 979-6349 or email@example.com
Paul Hottinger(909) 869-3118 at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you'd like to experience the augmented reality of the Pokemon Go Library Orientation, you will need an iOS or Android device, and the free Aurasma app.
2.) Once you've installed, you need to login with the username and password below:
* The password will be provided.
3.) Once you've logged in, depending on your operating system you will see two different screens. With Andriod, you will come directly to the camera viewer and with iOS you will come to a page with images and purple square at the bottom. For iOS click the square to go to the camera viewer.