Enhancing Engineering Education through Distributed Virtual Reality

  title={Enhancing Engineering Education through Distributed Virtual Reality},
  author={Tulio Sulbar{\'a}n and Nelson C. Baker},
1 School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, 30332-0355 Abstract – Visual interaction can greatly change the way engineering is performed, both in learning new materials and in terms of explaining activities between practicing professionals. This paper presents a study to develop and assess Distributed Virtual Reality (DVR) for Engineering Education. Strategic key criteria are presented followed with the development and assessment of a DVR tool… CONTINUE READING
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