Are Spatial Visualization Abilities Relevant to Virtual Reality ?

@inproceedings{Chen2007AreSV,
  title={Are Spatial Visualization Abilities Relevant to Virtual Reality ?},
  author={Chwen Jen Chen},
  year={2007}
}
This study aims to investigate the effects of virtual reality (VR)-based learning environment on learners of different spatial visualization abilities. The findings of the aptitude-bytreatment interaction study have shown that learners benefit most from the Guided VR mode, irrespective of their spatial visualization abilities. This indicates that the VR-based learning environment is able to serve as a promising medium to accommodate individual differences in terms of this aptitude. 

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