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Augmented Reality, or AR for short, brings virtual content into the physical world. Through AR we are able to learn about the world in engaging new ways. WildAR, made up of four components; the game, editor, reflection system and feedback system, enables researchers to build and update games dynamically. Users’ motion data and interaction patterns during the game are captured. This information can be particularly important as it allows researchers (like us) to study movements and interactions and correlate it to how one learns. This ultimately helps develop better games that meet specific needs. The reflection system in WildAR allows for play back and analysis and the feedback system provides more information through in-game quizzes.