Inventor Of The Handwritten Augmented Reality Autograph With Video Call And More

Elijha Ammon Bronaugh Watkins is a remarkable woman whose story of perseverance and innovation is truly inspiring. She faced a significant setback in 2013 when she was shot in the head in a random shooting in Cincinnati, Ohio. The bullet passed through her cerebellum, affecting her ability to walk, talk, read, and write. However, Elijha did not let this setback define her. Instead, she used her experiences as a motivation to create a positive change in the world.

Despite the challenges, Elijha faced in her recovery, she graduated from Withrow High School in 2012, where she played basketball throughout her high school and junior years. She was ranked in Cincinnati and was one of the youngest female coaches in the Cincinnati Public School District. Her coaching for John P Parker Elementary 7th and 8th grade was an inspiration to the children as she encouraged them to bring out the best in themselves, despite her journey of having to learn how to walk and talk again.

Elijha never lost hope and faith during her recovery process. She continued to research things that she enjoyed doing, such as designing and being a creative artist. She began creating augmented reality apps, which included the Augmented Reality Elijha ABC app and the Elijha Augmented Reality Lollipop app, both of which are available on Google Play and other app stores.

Elijha’s creativity did not stop there. She went on to invent an augmented reality book, the Jolly Lollipop picture book, which features characters from her artwork. This book is available on Barnes and Noble and, and it features an augmented reality button that directs the reader to over 200 of her art pieces. Elijha also created an augmented reality American Sign Language Coloring book that is available on, which has a voice-over feature on every page, sounding out a letter and giving an example of an object that starts with the letter, and uses the letter in a sentence.

During her recovery, Elijha realized how difficult it was for nonverbal people to communicate with verbal people. She found herself in a position where she was once verbal but then became nonverbal. Elijha understood the frustration of communication within the world, and so she designed the Augmented Reality ASL ABC Coloring Book and more to inspire others to learn more ways to communicate with nonverbal people.

In conclusion, Elijha Ammon Bronaugh Watkins is a survivor, inventor, and innovator. She has faced significant challenges in her life, but she has never given up. Instead, she has used her experiences to inspire others to keep going, no matter what. Her augmented reality apps and books are a testament to her creativity and her desire to make the world a better place. We can all learn from Elijha’s journey and her determination to never give up on her dreams. The world awaits the release of her Jolly Lollipop Edition 1 Deluxe augmented reality book, which promises to have phenomenal augmented reality features and more.