On 27 September, the fifth transnational meeting of the European CounterRisk project took place at the Lucentia Lab headquarters located in the OST Torre Juana in Alicante (Spain).
During the meeting, progress was made on the development of the NOOC course for the children’s products industry and the organisation of dissemination and exploitation activities for the next period.
The CounterRisk training courses form part of a free mobile app that rewards learning through tokens, as the user progresses through the lessons in a dynamic way with short training pills, videos and activities.
The user will learn about the risks of counterfeiting not only for the child consumer, but also on an environmental and economic level, and how blockchain technology can help companies to protect their brand or product and manage security.
Augmented reality as an element of learning
During the meeting, the project partners realised the potential of augmented reality as a gamification element for learning. Users who collect a certain number of tokens will be able to visualise 3D models and use their knowledge to identify counterfeit children’s products.
If you are a company in the children’s products sector and you are interested in participating in the project, please contact us at email@example.com
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