Entorno de aprendizaje ubicuo con realidad aumentada y tabletas para estimular la comprensión del espacio tridimensional

  1. Jorge de la Torre Cantero
  2. Norena Martín Dorta
  3. José Luis Saorín Pérez
  4. Carlos Carbonell Carrera
  5. Manuel Roberto Contero González
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RED: Revista de Educación a Distancia

ISSN: 1578-7680

Year of publication: 2013

Issue: 37

Pages: 4-17

Type: Article

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Abstract

In this paper, two digital alternatives are analyzed against use of tangible models (physical parts) for sketching and analyzing forms: these are augmented reality and digital tablets. For this purpose, three pilot tests have been performed during the academic year 2011- 2012, where 62 students took part in it. These students came from three different educational setting: Arts Degree at La Laguna University, IES La Laboral high school and a group of Art and Technology subject's high school teachers. The study has been performed with six tangible models of painted aluminum. The digital versions of these digital models have been created on a digital tablet and augmented reality over a PC. An overall evaluation and specific evaluation over the technology used has been performed too. From

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