A Prototype of a Multimedia Learning System and its Problem Examples by Operation Style Answering using HI devices and VR materials

ID: 54987 Type: Brief Paper
  1. Reo Ishii and Hiroyuki Tominaga, Kagawa University, Japan

Tuesday, June 25 3:30-3:50 PM Location: Vondelpark View on map

Presider: Eunice Luyegu, Nova Southeastern University, United States

Abstract: We have developed multimedia learning system DrilLs-M. It realizes operation style answering with drawing a region and tracing a locus by a mouse or a pen tablet. It has applied to problems about kanji radical and geography on maps. We propose iMuLS with various human interface. It is an extension of DrilLs-M for VR space. It deals the functions related to 3D manipulation. In the question, it effectively adopts the simulation and the deformation expression for the answer. This boosts interests of learners and increases their motivation. In this paper, we use Oculus as a VR input / output device and implement new 3D functions with the game engine Unity. We introduce simple VR problems about science events and English stunts for high school students. We have experiments and questionnaires for improvement.


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