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Exploring Virtual Reality in Classroom for Teaching and Learning of Descriptive Geometry

  title={Exploring Virtual Reality in Classroom for Teaching and Learning of Descriptive Geometry},
  author={Rodrigo Duarte Seabra and Eduardo Toledo Santos},
Spatial visualization ability is an important skill for the engineering practice. Engineering Design Graphics courses have a great potential for developing spatial cognition. A common topic of these courses is Descriptive Geometry, which is one of the main tools for training students’ spatial perception. Based on these assumptions and on the advantages of using Virtual Reality for education, this paper describes the DG@VR, an innovative tool for supporting Descriptive Geometry teaching, as well… 

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