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This is a presentation for Global Learning and Cross Cultural Communication and International Education Research (GLACCIER), 14th Nov, 2011, Melbourne, Australia

This is a presentation for Global Learning and Cross Cultural Communication and International Education Research (GLACCIER), 14th Nov, 2011, Melbourne, Australia

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  • Nice presentation and it excites me to see AR being used in education. Keep up the good work and look forward to seeing more!

    Damon - person on slide #42 who made the ARm Bone med learning app.
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  • The 2010 Horizon Report is a collaboration between The New Media Consortium and the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative The annual Horizon Report describes the continuing work of the NMC Horizon Project, a long-running qualitative research project that seeks to identify and describe emerging technologies likely to have a large impact on teaching, learning, research, or creative expression within learning-focused organizations. The 2010 Horizon Report is the sixth annual report in the series. http://horizon.nmc.org/ http://wp.nmc.org/horizon2010
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    • 1. Free Powerpoint Templates Augmented Reality for Teaching English as a Second Language Presentation for Global Learning and Cross Cultural Communication and International Education Research (GLACCIER), 14th Nov, 2011, Melbourne, Australia Poonsri Vate-U-Lan, Ed.D. Australia
    • 2. The best way to predict the future is to invent it. Alan Kay
    • 3. Agenda of the presentation
      • Introduction to AR
      • What is it in general and particular in education?
      Stimulation of recall AR and prior knowledge QR and VR How does Augmented Reality work? The way to explore and enjoy AR AR Statistics Report regarding to the use of AR Augmented Reality of Assumption University Simple AR projects that work! The Seed Shooting Game AR 3D pop-up children book for Grade Three students in Thailand Examples of AR Projects for Educational Purposes and Teaching English as a Second Language
    • 4.
      • Assistant Program Director, Ph.D. in eLearning Methodology
      • Doctor of Education from RMIT, Australia
      • International Visiting Scholar, Brock University, Canada
      • A translator of Don’t make me think! and
      • A author of CourseBuilder for DreamWeaver
      Poonsri Vate-U-Lan, Ed.D.
    • 5. Prepare to be amazed at bookscomealive.co.uk
    • 6. Free Powerpoint Templates Stimulation of recall: AR and prior knowledge QR and VR
    • 7. QR stands for Quick Response AR stands for Augmented Reality Something similar but not the same
      • QR
      • AR
      Hand Gesture and Speech Recognition
    • 8. VR stands for Virtual Reality AR stands for Augmented Reality
      • Something similar but not the same, again!
    • 9. AR & Virtual Reality (VR)
      • AR is the computer application that manipulates digital info to be augmented in reality.
      • VR is when reality is virtually augmented in the computer application.
    • 10. Google Insights for Search
      • From 2009, people have become interested in AR rather than VR
    • 11. Free Powerpoint Templates Introduction to Augmented Reality
    • 12.
      • How many of you use Augmented Reality?
    • 13. People’s reaction to AR for the 1 st time…
      • AR looks cool, but is anybody actually using it?
    • 14. Simple AR will be widespread within 2-3 years
    • 15. Emerging Technology Hype Cycle - Explained
    • 16. 2010 – Emerging Technology Hype AR reached its peak in 2010
    • 17. A Simple Definition
      • Augmented Reality (AR)  is a super-imposed illusion of an interactive 3 dimensional environment or multimedia such as an image, a text, sound and movie on the computer screen when the camera of a computer device which already has the software installed tracks a marker in reality by Radio Frequency Identification (RFID). (Vate-U-Lan, 2010).
    • 18. Free Powerpoint Templates How does Augmented Reality work?
    • 19. 3. Marker 1. Hardware + Web camera 2. Software 4. Augmented Reality displays on the computer screen
    • 20. 1. Hardware + Web camera 2. Software 3. Marker 4. Augmented Reality displays on the screen of mobile phone or portable device. Source: mobilebehavior.com
    • 21. 1. Hardware + Web camera 2. Software 3. Marker 4. Augmented Reality displays on the screen of mobile phone or portable device. Source: vodule.com
    • 22. About using a marker
      • Something on the top of a marker means it will turn off.
      • A marker can even work on skin or cloth and should be printed on normal paper, not glossy paper.
      • Colour or black and white of marker does not a matter. This herald a new era of publishing!
      • AR also works in a markerless environment.
      Source Horsey (2010) 2 , NFIFTYFIVE.com (2010) 3 3. 1. 2.
    • 23. Free Powerpoint Templates Augmented Reality of Assumption University By Poonsri Vate-U-Lan, Ed.D.
    • 24. Reality of Assumption University
    • 25. Cathedral of Learning in AR November 11, 2010. Brother Bancha Saenghiran, is holding the Augmented Reality of the Cathedral of Learning. Standing next to him is Prof. Dr. Srisakdi Charmonman.
    • 26. Museum and Dormitory in AR
      • November 11, 2010, Brother Bancha Saenghiran, is holding the Augmented Reality of the Museum and Dormitory. Standing next to him is the smiling Prof. Dr. Srisakdi Charmonman
    • 27. Srisakdi Charmonman IT center See demonstration
    • 28. http://poonsri.weebly.com/ augmented-reality.html
    • 29. Free Powerpoint Templates AR 3D Pop-up book for Teaching English as a Second Language in Thailand The Seed Shooting Game By Poonsri Vate-U-Lan, Ed.D.
    • 30. Dr. Poonsri Vate-U-Lan, a researcher who created AR 3D pop-up book for Grade Three students in Thailand.
    • 31. One product in two modes Augmented Reality 3D Pop-up Book
    • 32. The preferred type of AR 3D pop-up book
      • AR 3D Pop-up book and 3D Pop-up book both
        • Present the same pop-up object
        • Play the same sound
        • Arrange in the same order
    • 33. Comparison of these two modes Augmented Reality book 3D Pop-up book 1. Need a web camera 1. No need of a web camera 2. Users see reality of the environment especially see themselves 2. Users see colorful background and objects which might add info to the course 3. Control book by moving a maker 3. Control by a mouse of a computer
    • 34. Which modes did the students prefer?
      • AR
      • 3D pop-up book
      • Or both
    • 35. From 73 students studied
    • 36. Results of Preferred Presentation of AR and 3D Pop-up Book
    • 37. Guidelines for using AR for educational purposes
      • Augmented Reality on marker is a most exciting mode.
      • The light must be appropriate during the demonstration.
      • The quality of ink on a marker needs to be good.
      • The crispate (or unclear) marker gives poor quality AR.
      • The camera is simulating the same site users are reviewing, thus the users will see the reflected picture as if it were a mirror reversed.
    • 38. Free Powerpoint Templates Examples of AR Projects for Educational Purposes and Teaching English as a Second Language Australia
    • 39. ARIUX Bring book to live
      • Multiple languages design for AR on Alien book
    • 40. AR Medical Training Through Visualization A physician can directly see inside a patient, using augmented reality (AR). (Alhadef, (2007) as cited in Kiyokawa, 2002).
    • 41. GE Healthcare, AR at the exhibition
      • AuReaTV (2010, Dec 10)
    • 42. Interactive educational AR medical App. Source: Finley (2010)
    • 43. BMW Augmented Reality
      • Innovative cars, Innovative service
      • The future is about seeing more.
      Bavarian Motor Works (2010)
    • 44. Smart Grid Augmented Reality http://ge.ecomagination.com/smartgrid/#/augmented_reality
    • 45.
      • Do you have a webcam on any of your computers, or do you plan to have one within 6 months? (307 Votes)
      AR Statistics Source: Szymczyk, (2010) AR POLLS – DO YOU HAVE A WEBCAM?
    • 46. AR POLLS – BROWSER PLUG-IN Would you view an online Augmented Reality experience if it required you to download and install an Internet Browser plug-in other than Flash? (256 Votes) AR Statistics Source: Szymczyk, (2010)
    • 47. Conclusion (1/2)
      • AR has become more fascinating for anyone, anytime, anywhere and through anything, because of
        • ubiquitous computing, especially mobile phones,
        • availability of cameras on computer devices
        • open source application
      • AR is an innovation that can be developed to enhance quality of education at all levels.
    • 48. Conclusion (2/2)
      • The AR projects for educational purposes demands a good plan in all aspects such as: design, learning objectives, technology and budgeting.
      • Further research to explore all these issues is needed.
    • 49. “ Augmented reality will truly change the way we view the world.” Alhadef (2007)
    • 50. Thank you for your attention
      • Questions ?
      • For additional information Please visit
      • https://sites.google.com/site/drpoonsri/home/augmentedreality