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    Think Playfully through 3D learning

    by Webmaster Unite Ideas 12/02/2019 09:56 AM GMT

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          Short solution description

          How to make the learning more playful? 3D learning allows students to interact directly with different phenomena and to explore new worlds in a more engaging way.

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          Jui-Fan Yang, Lin Liu, Kawachi Masafumi

          Institution, City, Country

          Aalto University, Espoo, Finland


          The future of learning - think like a human

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          Emerging Technologies for Education

          Solution description

          We often hear that the current teaching is not playful and attractive enough for young people; they loose motivation and attention especially when not directly engaged in their learning process.

          People learn the most when they play, thus learning is inherently playful. 3D learning is a solution based on Augmented Reality (AR), addressing youngsters from age 13 to 18, aiming to make the learning of abstract concepts more playful through AR textbook and AR note-taking.

          3D learning is also based on the idea of using a ring-based sensor system as an AR marker together with the cardboard eyewear to provide students with an economic-efficient solution and a gesture control device, which enables them to control objects interactively and intuitively. For instance, they can zoom, rotate, and screenshot. This technical combination is unique as it allows learners to interact with the learning content and it is innovative as it offers a widely available use of emerging Mixed Reality technology in learning.

          The solution implementation is feasible as based on resources already available to the target group and has potential if supported by high-quality technologies.
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