2012 04-19 (educon2012) emadrid uned ubiquitous anotation collaborative open mobile augmented reality

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ubiquitous anotation collaborative open mobile augmented reality

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2012 04-19 (educon2012) emadrid uned ubiquitous anotation collaborative open mobile augmented reality

  1. 1. Ubiquitous Annotation and aCollaborative Open Mobile Augmented Reality Emilio Julio Lorenzo, Sergio Martín UNED University emiliojulio@lsi.uned.es smartin@ieec.uned.es
  2. 2. Ubiquitous vs Mobile According to Ogata & Yano  Mobile learning  Activities outside of the classroom with mobile devices  e.g. Observations taken on a field trip  Ubiquitous learning  Activities outside and inside of the classroom with several devices (including mobile)  e.g. long term activities with mobile devices, PCs, digital blackboards, etc
  3. 3. Ubiquitous activities Results Exchange  Learning Object Repository (LOR) Interoperability between tools  CARDS-Metamodel meta language [Lorenzo, E.J., Verdejo, M.F. (2011) Modelling the Aggregation of Multimedia Data to Connect the Inputs and Outcomes of a Variety of Tools. Proceedings ICALT July 2011. pp. 381 - 383 DOI: 10.1109/ICALT.2011.120] K-12 Students
  4. 4. Scenarios 1. FIELD TRIP C IP LOR
  5. 5. Field trip
  6. 6. Scenarios 1. FIELD TRIP LOR2. COMPLETE DATA Teacher
  7. 7. Completing data
  8. 8. Scenarios 1. FIELD TRIP LOR2. COMPLETE DATA Teacher 3. COMPOSITION
  9. 9. Composition
  10. 10. Scenarios 1. FIELD TRIP 4. CONCEPT MAPPING LOR2. COMPLETE DATA Teacher 3. COMPOSITION
  11. 11. Concept Mapping
  12. 12. CARDS-Metamodelinteroperability  Tool results as Cards  Declarative form-like language  CARDS-Metamodel to create and display LOs  Tool independent
  13. 13. CARDS- Metamodelinteroperability
  14. 14. LeARnengineering Project:A Collaborative AR App
  15. 15. Out-of-the-classroom Learning
  16. 16. Operation
  17. 17. Collaborative project Collaborative project Any student can add new content POIs to the augmented reality application Bidirectional flow of information (teacher <-> student)
  18. 18. AR app available for: Android phones iPhone 3GS iPhone 4 iPhone 4S Blackberry 7 Symbian
  19. 19. Audience 50 students from the Environment Sciences Grade of UNED used the app during a four- months course Very positive evaluation Contents:  Hydroelectrically plant  Thermo-solar plant  Wind farm  Renewable Energy Parks  Thermal plant  Nuclear plant  Solar farm
  20. 20. Ubiquitous Annotation and aCollaborative Open Mobile Augmented Reality Emilio Julio Lorenzo, Sergio Martín UNED University emiliojulio@lsi.uned.es smartin@ieec.uned.es
  21. 21. Questions ?

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